Church planting is a vital part of missionary evangelism. Since we are working primarily in 20 villages without existing churches, church planting is our focal point. Currently RTM is training and providing financial support to  10 native pastors and their families empowering them to give Godly leadership.


Our Pastors are currently traveling to villages throughout TELENGANA in remote, interior and tribal areas. They are preaching and distributing Gospel tracts to people where there is no gospel teaching. Most Christians throughout India, especially in TELENGANA , come from situations of extreme poverty. They have grown up in non-Christian homes working as laborers, making barely enough to survive. This means that many pastors under our leadership are struggling to make ends meet and have limited amounts of study materials. They are unable to buy land or construct a church building because of lack of funds.


RTM  conducts conferences and meetings into order to train pastors as leaders to go into the villages to serve the Lord Jesus Christ. About 50 -70pastors will attend the conference three times a year. Anointed servants of God will come and teach on vital topics like church planting, growth, making disciples, revival, how to take the gospel to unreached, etc.. By the end of the conference these pastors will be greatly enriched and revived to go back to ministries in the areas where they serve. We desire that through the power of the Holy Spirit we can all become more like Jesus Christ.

Jesus came and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations….teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and I am with you always, to the close of the age." Matthew 28:19-20.

We would like to invite anointed Pastors and Missionaries from around the world to participate in these conferences, as key-note speakers, to help equip and train pastors as leaders to serve the nations. If the Lord speaks to your heart to attend these conferences when they are conducted, please do not neglect that calling. We believe our pastors will be blessed by your preaching and be filled with the Holy fire to shake the nations.


RTM began this outreach program to win souls for Christ. We are reaching out to unsaved people in various communities with the gospel of Jesus Christ. We visit people door to door, share the love of Jesus with them, and provide them with Bibles. Every month we conduct open air meetings in the different places of India. It is in these meetings where many idol worshippers accept Jesus as their Saviour and have their lives transformed. We want you to join in our outreach ministry. If you would like to come and preach in our open air meetings and pastor’s conferences please contact RTM India. God bless you.



Through RTM Children’s Home we provide a safe and healthy environment for children of tribal and rural communities who are orphaned, semi-orphaned, abandoned or destitute. With the love of Jesus  and compassion, we provide the children under our care with quality education and help meet all of their needs.

We give our children the opportunity to become many things like nurses, teachers, engineers, or PASTORS, EVANGELIST, police officers. Our home is designed to help break down child-labour, keep children off the streets, protect them from suffering from malnutrition, protect them being sold, and to equip them to break the cycle of poverty and to influence their families in a holistic way.

Since 2005, RTM Children’s Home has cared for more than 100 Children. The balance of caring for their spiritual, emotional, physical and educational needs is producing spectacular results in the lives of these children; not only in their present but also in creating a solid foundation for their future. Our children who have graduated from our home in the past have achieved an 85-90 per cent employment success rate. We are helping to break the cycle of poverty, neglect and abuse that previously held these children captive. We equip them moral upbringing and life-skills training for them to become positive contributors to society.

Our home provides the environment to build God’s Kingdom. As Scripture tells us a proper nurturing environment produces manifold results. It is therefore a tremendous offering to God, as the Bible tells us:

Mathew 13:8: “Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop a hundred, sixty, or thirty times what was sown.”

In this way, those contributing to the Home multiply many times the value they themselves contributed and lives touched by the work of the Home continue the work of the Lord and contribute to God more than they themselves received.

Soon, we hope to have graduated not just 100, but 500 or more children, each making a difference to the lives of others they touch. As followers of Christ we must not be indifferent to the suffering of God’s children. We cannot turn away and ignore their pleas for help.

James 1:27: “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless in this: to look for after orphans and widows in their distress and keep oneself from being polluted by the world.”
In order to maintain a high quality of care for our children, we are in need of many things including but not limited to PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR WORK AND JOIN IN LORD’S WORK.




Defend the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow. ‐ Isaiah 1:17 Life of Widows in India

According to a 1991 census, there are 40 million widows in India which is about 10% of the total female population. One quarter of households in India has a widow and of those, 50% are over 50 years old. I want to show you what it is like to be a widow in India.


It is a pathetic situation because, on the whole, India is a very poor and economically backward nation. Women in India are not given much importance. Except for a very few cases, Indian women are housewives. Men are the bread winners. The women are responsible for all the work in the home such as cooking, cleaning, washing, and childcare. Of course, they do not have many of the modern conveniences women in other countries have. When a man dies his widow becomes helpless. She is doomed to the most miserable and lonely life into her old age unless someone comes along to comfort her and care for her.


Before William Carey (1761-1834), a Baptist Missionary, came to India, if a woman became a widow she was thrown into the fire. This rite in Indian culture is known as Sati. The widow was killed and the children were offered to the idols. Carey brought about a resolution and educated the people that Sati was evil and wrong. The government stopped the killings.


However, today, widows are still not allowed to go out, they are not supposed to attend any occasions such as weddings, birthdays, or other special events, and they are not to marry again. This includes even the very young women.


We are convinced that all who belong to Jesus are one in His body, the church. RTM shows the love of Jesus to these destitute women by providing food, clothing, shelter, medical care, a loving atmosphere, and job training.


However, in these times of sky-rocketing prices we are unable to give them all they need – all that we desire to give them. Nevertheless, we are doing our best.




The state of TELENGANA  is comprised of thousands of villages, hundreds of towns and many cities. In the course of my travels and preaching in different areas and churches, visiting the servants of God, I realized that hundreds, if not thousands, of widows lived in deplorable conditions. They did not have clothes to fully cover their bodies; they had inadequate food to eat; they suffered terribly from diseases because of lack of medicine and attention; they lived in detestable conditions.


What I saw moved me to start this ministry for the glory of God. James 1:27 challenged me. I realized that, in the sight of God, ignoring these widows in their suffering is not pardonable - so I took up the challenge. I decided to help wherever and however possible. Women of Grace surveyed the 10 local villages and towns and we found 100 needy widows. We selected the 100 most destitute to help. They are aged 40-75 years old.


Currently we are helping each widow with start $30 per month of provisions such as rice, grains, chili powder, oil packets, soap, detergent, medicine, and travel expenses. In addition, every six months we distribute clothing and blankets etc. After helping with their physical needs we offer them the assurance of God. We share with them the promises that He will meet their needs and wipe every tear from their eye. We help develop their faith and they are extremely thankful to God for taking care of them through Women of Grace.


It costs only $30 to support one widow for a month. We will use your money carefully to provide for the least of these. Your gift of $30 a month can help provide a widow with food and the ability to meet her own needs.


Therefore, we humbly come to you requesting that you and your church or organization help us to help these widows in India. Please keep our widows in your prayers today. God bless you.





Water is a precious thing! With clean water in a village you can bless an entire group with health and hope for the future! The Project “Clean Water for Life” provides clean drinking water to the families living in rural and urban Indian communities in the state of TELENGANA AND CHATTISGARH India. 

India has a water crisis!

India’s huge and growing population is putting a severe strain on all of the country’s natural resources. Most water sources are contaminated by sewage and agricultural run-off. While India has made progress in the supply of safe water to its people, there remains a gross disparity in coverage across the nation. Although access to drinking water has improved, the World Bank estimates that 21% of communicable diseases in India are related to unsafe water. In India, diarrhea alone causes more than 1,600 deaths daily - the same as if eight 200-person jumbo jets crashed to the ground each day. 

Lack of clean drinking water is a major problem in developing countries. Water-borne diseases are rampant in economically depressed rural areas because clean running water (typically provided by the municipalities) is simply not available. The only alternative is to install hand pumps or deep wells (drilled wells) to draw clean water from the ground. 

Help us to drill water wells in the villages and provide clean drinking water to the community and through this share the love of Christ! The approximate cost to drill is $1,500 - $2,000 based on how deep you have to drill to get to clean water. The cost to add a motor pump to the well so we can pump the water up is around $500.





The ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ consisted of preaching, healing and teaching. Offering health and healing is the demonstrative of God’s love and care to the poor marginalized   and the humanity. Thousands of sick people benefit through the medical camps which is organizing by the founder of RTM to reach the poor and marginalized through innovative health care programs. 

On a monthly basis, REMOTE TRIBAL MISSION conducts a free medical camps in the most interior and tribal villages to provide a free medical assistance. We travelled to these tribal areas by Auto rickshaws with a doctor and team. More than 300 people are well treated with free medicines every month. We also offer help with minor surgeries. 

Our Service Activities at Medical Camps Include

Free General medical camps
Free Eye Care camps
Free Orthopedic camps
Free Diabetic Camps
Free health check up for School Children’s
Free Dental Camps.

We invite teams from around the world to be a part of this medical mission in order to give a treatment to the needy people and share the love of Jesus .we will conduct camps which you were belongs to the above services we provided.