"If people don't laugh at your vision...it probably isn't a vision from God" - Victor John

The vision of Asian Partners International is to see over 100 million disciples of Jesus in North India by the year 2025.

We believe that God will continue to accelerate the Church Planting Movement in North India as we partner with Him to reach the unreached with the Gospel.  These efforts can be summarized into four strategic categories.

Pioneering.

The mission of APII is to foster Church Planting Movements (CPM) among Unreached People Groups (UPGs) in restricted and limited-access countries.


We desire the same thing that the Apostle Paul desired: 


"It has always been my ambition to preach the gospel where Christ was not known, so that I would not be building on someone else’s foundation." Romans 15:20




Accessing.

Heal the sick who are there and tell them, ‘The kingdom of God has come near to you.’ - Luke 10:9


Gaining access to communities through needs-based programs is the key to finding men and women of peace that will help plant the seed of the Gospel in an unreached community. We operate over 15 different programs that directly meet the needs in communities located in North India. We call these various programs 10:NINE Projects. 


CLICK HERE to view the 10:NINE Project Catalog

Discipling.

"And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others." 2 Tim 2:2


Leadership development remains the key to sustaining a CPM. Much of our resources and efforts are invested in creating 'disciple-cycles'. We want to follow Jesus' model of making disciples who will make more disciples...who will in turn make more disciples. Developing leaders has to do with developing character and changing attitudes to fulfill the role of a transformed life. Hence, one becomes ready to provide leadership starting from one’s own home and spreading to one’s own community. 

Partnering.

Our core belief is that the task God has engaged us in is so big that we can’t do it alone. 


We need others to be engaged and trained by sharing “best practices” in a simple manner so that others can also have impactful ministry strategies. We do not shy away from sharing and training others. We believe that in many cases others can do a better job than us.