WHO WE ARE?
The Bible Society of India, Karnataka Auxiliary we are constantly searching for new ways to share Bible message in the Kannada language. In order to cater to the needs of the large number of illiterates, non-readers and neo-literates we provide the Word of God in audio and video forms. We have also pioneered the development of a wide range of new Scriptures for different audiences like the visually challenged, terminally ill, victims of HIV, semi-literate and rural audience, hearing impaired etc.
Would you like to know more about our work?
The Bible Society of India, we are constantly searching for new ways to share Bible message in Indian languages. In order to cater to the needs of the large number of illiterates, non-readers and neo literates we provide the Word of God in audio and video forms. We have also pioneered the development of a wide range of new Scriptures for different audiences like the visually challenged, terminally ill, victims of HIV, semi-literate and rural audience, hearing impaired etc.
Would you like to know more about our work?
The Christian believers have always come forward in generosity in supporting the Bible cause. This is demonstrated in the fact that as long ago as 1919, the Mizo Synod (Assembly in those days) appointed two of its pastors to be involved in fundraising drive during their annual Assembly meetings. The local churches too were giving generously for the Bible cause right from early times. Presently as many as 31 Church denominations work together closely. From among the 16 Auxiliaries of the BSI, the Aizawl Auxiliary has been consistently at the forefront in mobilization of monetary resources to support the Bible Work. Bibles and New Testaments have been produced in several languages covered by the Auxiliary operations. It is involved in marking several occasions along with the Christian public of Mizoram to celebrate God’s Word as living Hope for the World. Mr. Khiangthanga, as one single individual who campaigned and raised funds for the Bible cause consistently through several years, was honoured with William Carey Award posthumously at the Millennium celebrations of BSI in Delhi during 17-19 November 2000. The Auxiliary has an acclaimed choir consisting of volunteer singers known as BESY Choir named after the Bible Society; they tour different parts of the Country and abroad on special occasions giving witness to the power of God’s Word through music.
Aizawl Auxiliary of the Bible Society of India attains its 40th Anniversary on June 01,
2018. Way back in 1957, two Branches, namely, Lungleh (Lunglei) and Aijal (Aizawl)
Branches were established under the then Assam Auxiliary (now Shillong Auxiliary). As
a ministry of the Bible Society was expanding in North East India, Aizawl Bible Society
Office was also opened on June 01, 1978 as Associate Auxiliary with Rev. C. Ronghinga
as its Auxiliary Secretary and then up-grated to full-fledged Auxiliary on February 26,
1983. Auxiliary Committee considered June 01, 2018 as the beginning of BSI ministry in
the present Auxiliary Area.
It has been a great blessing for the BSI, Aizawl Auxiliary to open a new Branch, The Thenzawl Branch. The opening ceremony was held on 20th January 2018 at The PCI, Feildveng, Thenzawl and the Branch was inaugurated by the Aizawl Auxiliary President, Rev. Dr. H.Vanlalauva
The Branch includes members from different churches viz. Presbyterian Church Of India, Baptist Of Mizoram, Salvation Army, Seventh Day Adventist and NEC (Thenzawl).
To look after the Branch, Five Office Bearers are appointed with 6 Committee members.
The Office Bearers are President: Rev. R. Lalremruata, PCI, Thenzawl Feild Veng, Vice President: Upa Lalrinliana Sailo, BCM, Bethlehem Kohhran, Secretary: Pu C.Lalhminghlua, PCI, Thenzawl Field Veng.
Treasurer : Rbt. V.Vanlalzara, BCM, Thenzawl Kohhran
We make available the necessary scripture materials for its worship, nurture, fellowship and outreach.
Your active participation makes it possible to provide God’s Word to those who do not yet have it. You can:
1. Pray regularly for the work of the BSI
2. Distribute Bibles to others
3. Support this mission through your prayer, involvement and financial contributions
4. Observe the Bible Sunday in your Church’s worship service reminding your congregation the role of God’s word in their lives and the work of the Bible Society of India.
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