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Who we are

History of the PAUL Ministries

The PAUL Ministries was the name selected depending upon the verse in Romans 15:20 Where Apostle Paul states
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.

Yadavally Yesudass is the founder of the PAUL Ministries. As a starting point, he started to minister to an
Unreached People Group called Hakki-Pikkis. And continued to preach the message of God’s love through
Jesus Christ as Savior, Sanctifier, Healer, and
Coming King. For 15 years, within this time He was able to reach the tribe and developed Local leadership
and when he stepped out of the Hakki-Pikki field, he trained a handful of local leaders to make the disciples
and to plant reproducing churches.

PAUL Ministries also work among the other Unreached people groups like Chakali, Vadda, Adi Karnataka Meda, Koracha, Kuvi.
But our priority is given to the Hakki-Pikkis, Edigas and Jatapu Tribes.

Below is the short description of our work in India, in reaching the Unreached People Groups.

All of us know a lot of groups who are no longer as committed to the authority of Jesus, but the PAUL Ministries and its Church recognizes Jesus Christ as the ultimate authority.

We remain fully committed to the inerrancy of Scripture and the authority of the Word of God.

We are committed to the Great Commission: To reach the Unreached People Groups of India and Multiplying disciples who in return multiply disciples. That is the command that Jesus gave us.

Organizationally, we are a Church based Non profit organization, but we really see ourselves as a family of churches. As a family of churches we realize that we have a unique identity. Others may share in one or more of our traits, but we believe the combination of the following five traits expresses this unique identity of PAUL Ministries.

We focus more on the mission than the institution. We share best practices with like-minded organizations and partner with them.
And we also encourage and support Kingdom endeavours.

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