In the film NOT TODAY (NOT TODAY the Movie) the young, privileged Caden Welles has his eyes opened to a dark and broken world that few Americans know. But what Caden finds in India isn’t fictional, and sadly is not unique.
Across India, roughly 250 million Dalits live as “untouchables,” forced to subsist on the dregs of their society – some as laborers, some as sex workers – and some as part of the 27 million men, women and children from around the world who live as modern-day slaves. Of all India’s human trafficking victims, 90% are Dalits. In addition, hundreds of millions of Indians have neither encountered Christ’s love nor been given the chance to respond to Him.
Like Caden Welles, you have a choice. You can forget this. You can ignore it.
Or you can act.
10 Days of Sacrifice is about doing something with what you’ve been shown, joining Christ in His redeeming work.
And all you have to do is commit to praying just 10 minutes a day for 10 days.
Each day features a different prayer topic: real-life stories, statistics, histories. Throughout, you will have opportunities to make a difference in the world you’re learning about. 10 Days of Sacrifice works well for churches and small groups, so invite your friends to participate.
What can you do?
- Stay informed. Be an advocate by sharing the latest prayers, news and opportunities.
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- Pray. Nothing can happen apart from prayer.
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- Give. With workers pouring their lives into India, you can share in the task by providing needed Bibles and financial support.
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Support a project:
- Courage Homes (Learn more)
- The Light of Hope Center (Learn more)
- Rahab’s Hope: This project not only seeks to rescue, defend and provide for the victims of the sex industry, but also to aggressively pursue access to these communities for the purpose of disciple making through church planting. (Give here)
- Serve. You may be moved to serve in India.
See OneLife for projects in South Asia.
See the various options of service through IMB.
Who are we?
The IMB (International Mission Board) is an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention, dedicated to making disciples of each and every nation in fulfillment of the Great Commission. At IMB South Asian Peoples, we long to see a vast multitude from every South Asian nation, tribe, people and language, redeemed and worshipping the Risen Christ. We labor constantly to better the lives of South Asians today, tomorrow and for all eternity.
In the power of the Holy Spirit and in fellowship with local believers, IMB South Asian Peoples are pushing back the darkness in some of the most spiritually starved nations on the planet. Each day, IMB workers are planting churches, equipping local leaders, evangelizing the unreached, ministering to downtrodden and building up the faith of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
Our work is both ongoing and eternal, and we welcome you to join us in the task through your prayers, gifts or service.