Our primary goal is to see 100,000 churches planted and established among unreached people in Asia by 2030
Training indigenous leaders, empowering women, caring for children, planting churches
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“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations…” (Matt. 28:19)
Reaching out to the unreached
Training Indigenous Leaders
In 2014, we established 8 new Transformation Center’s, bringing the total to 39. 776 students graduated in May 2014, and an additional 30 studied in our recently established leadership and management center. 130 new people groups were impacted, bringing the total to 1,106 people groups touched by our ministries.
Abolishing Spiritual Poverty
In 2014, we planted 4,676 churches, bringing the total number of established and emerging churches planted to 17,676. Our pastors baptized over 18,000 people into the family of Christ throughout 2014.
In 2014, 16 people with mental illness were cared for in one of our 2 mercy homes. 10 widows became part of a loving family in an Empart Widows Home. Throughout the year, hundreds of women were empowered through various skills development programs.
In 2014, numerous children were rescued, including 23 young girls from the streets of Delhi. We launched several children’s homes, including a safe house for girls in Delhi. 4,200 children received high quality education through an Empart educational institution.
Empart exists to ignite church planting movements among unreached people in Asia.
Our mission is to reach the unreached, restoring, releasing and resourcing them to fulfill the Great Commission, through partnership with the global body of Christ.
Our primary goal is to see 100,000 churches planted and established among unreached people in Asia by 2030.
Where We Work
Empart’s ministry is in Asia, particularly in the region known as South Asia. Our mission countries include India and Nepal.
The Indian sub-continent is home to the single largest concentration of unreached people in the world.
The communities our Church Planters work amongst range from city dwellers to jungle villages and remote tribes. The one thing they have in common is their need to hear about a Savior who loves them.
In addition to our workers in Asia, Partner Countries throughout the world help to raise funds and support. These offices are located in Australia, Germany, France, Switzerland, New Zealand, Canada and the USA.
Jossy left India at the age of 17, with $20 in his pocket, a one way ticket to Australia and a big dream to become a business success. After early struggles with no money, friends or family, he started at the bottom of a small logistics company which later grew to be listed on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Under Jossy’s visionary leadership, Empart grew from the spare bedroom of the Chacko’s home to become a prolific church planting movement, bringing both spiritual and social transformation to unreached communities. Empart now averages about 3 new church plants every day, reaching about 6.5 million people every week through its various activities. With more than 2,000 full-time workers and offices in 7 countries, Empart is well positioned and on track to achieve its objectives.