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MISSIONARY PROFILE
WESLEY & CAROL GRAHAM
MINISTRY:
Bible College
HOME CHURCH:
Bangor Free Presbyterian Church
ON FIELD SINCE:
2006
PROFILE:
My personal involvement in the work in Nepal goes back to March 2006 when I went to preach at a pastors' and leaders' conference connected to the Nepal Mission to the Unreached.   For the next four years these conferences were to become an annual event.  It became apparent that to train the men and women properly more was required than a week- long conference every year. In 2008 the decision was taken to commence a Bible college at some stage in the future.  Our Mission Board came to the conclusion that I, along with my wife Carol, should go and help to set up the Bible college for the training of pastors and leaders.   The college opened its doors to students in April 2010 and offers a full range of subjects appropriate to the needs of those who wish to serve the Lord as ministers and evangelists in the villages of Nepal.    My work in the initial stages was to teach a number of subjects with Paul Thapa teaching the remaining subjects.  As time has progressed the main part of the teaching has been taken on by Nepali men who have done the course themselves.   My main role now in the college is giving a series of lectures on the Distinctives of the Free Presbyterian Church.

For the past few of years a number of our ministers have gone to speak at the various conferences, and this has helped to expose the people in Nepal to our Biblical stand.  With this teaching the Nepal Mission came to adopt the view that they should become part of the Free Presbyterian family.  After investigation by our Mission Board and Presbytery in Ulster it was decided to have the Nepal Mission become an autonomous Free Presbyterian Church. On 29th November, 2013 twenty-two men were ordained to the gospel ministry and the following day the Presbytery of the Free Presbyterian Church of Nepal was established.  It is our task to help by giving advice in the initial stages of the running of this Presbytery.

Another vital aspect of the work includes the orphanage which Paul Thapa and his wife Mandira opened in 2003.   It brings in and cares for a number of deprived children from various parts of Nepal.  The orphanage, although giving love and care to the children, is far from being a mere social care centre, but is being used to train the young people in such a way that they will be able to take the gospel to their own people in the villages.

The Let the Bible Speak radio broadcasts are also an important part of the overall outreach work.  Twenty radio stations take the gospel to various parts of the country and have been instrumental in forming over twenty churches. 

There are now over one hundred churches and fellowships connected to the Free Presbyterian Church of Nepal.  It is our vision that we will have men trained to take charge of these churches.
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