South Asia

Endeavor Nepal

Bringing the light and love of Christ to the people of Nepal

About This Cause

Chandra Man Nepali (pictured above) was born to a Buddhist family. Orphaned at the age of 10, he was placed in a boarding school run by Christian missionaries. There he received Christ as his Savior in December of 1977. He married his wife Beena Thulung in 1983. They have a son and daughter. Over the years, Chandra has served the Lord as a youth leader, church treasurer, elder, and a field director for an American ministry. He has also managed the construction of almost 300 church buildings in Nepal. Today, he is the leader of Endeavor Nepal.

Founded in 2007, Endeavor Nepal oversees building churches, supports missionaries, plants churches among unreached people groups, helps orphaned children, ministers to physically and mentally challenged Nepalese, and trains missionaries Bible and ministry skills. They also provide for the physical, spiritual, and educational needs of many orphaned and underprivileged Nepali children (including many blind children).

The goal of Endeavor Nepal is to continue to spread the gospel of Jesus and provide social relief in their heavily impoverished nation. Currently, Nepal is only 1.4% Christian and 84.3 % Hindu.

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