Sunil Prasad

Relationships Indian Community Church, Ohio

Lead Church Planter
Cincinnati Ohio
Relationships Indian Community Church
February 23

About My Family

My name is Sunil Prasad. My wife, Stephanie, and I have been married for 11 years and our son, Simon, just turned 5 years old. I was born and raised in India. I served as a music minister for five years and then served as an associate pastor for the next five years. My father, who was a powerful inspiration to me, worked in an evangelistic organization where the gospel was preached to millions in India. I realized that he gave his life for missions and planted hundreds of churches in the cities and villages of India. He went home to be with the Lord 22 years ago, but the flicker of missions is still burning in my heart. Stephanie's father is a missionary in India as well and has planted several churches in India. I believe there is no better investment of life than in missions as it is the heartbeat of God.

About My Church Plant

God has called me to serve Him by planting a church in the city of Mason, Ohio, which has more than 8,000 Indians. We have started prayerfully visiting these non-Christian families and are sharing the love of Christ and giving them the gospel. Please pray that God will open the hearts of these unbelievers and that they may enjoy freedom in worshiping and having a relationship with the Living Savior and having the blessed hope of eternal life that is found in Jesus Christ alone. We need a lot of prayer support and partners as we continue this great task ahead of us.

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Sunil Prasad

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Fund ID: VCF16A-Prasad,Sunil