Those who have awaited the final relase of Jerris Bullard's ouline on "The History of Christianity in India" from his lecture on that subject need to be aware of a Delay in Publication of this document.  It will be made available in a month so look for it around July 15,2017.

Thank you for your patience.


"You will be made rich in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God." 2 Corinthians 9:11
Jerris and Juanita Bullard

We need construction funds and support for schools of preaching, we also need funds for evangelism and benevolence. Benevolence includes numerous needs ranging from food for the starving in famine affected areas, rye glasses and surgeries to save sight for poor brethren who have no means to help themselves, and to providing the basic necessities for those who have lost their houses (usually thatched roof huts of the poor) due to Hoods resulting from hurricanes or monsoons which begin early in June and usually are finished in late October. The work has many other needs such as sewing machines for preacher's wives to help gain a little income from tailoring. There is a pressing need for communion trays with cups for the many new congregations. We need funds to print 15,000 song books ... the songs. In the Telegu language, have been mostly written by our Indian brethren ... the editing for our new 20 II edition is completed, and is ready for the press ... but is in need of funding at sixty-five cents per copy or $9.750.00 for the entire run.

Some have asked for an itemized list of things they may be able to help with. The list below is not in any way exhaustive, but hopefully it will be suggestive enough to enable you to help us.
On behalf of the Manassas Elders please accept our thanks and theirs for your monthly gifts. It is so essential for this rapidly growing work.  
 Airfare two Round Trip tickets from Washington, D.C. to India      
$1,850.00 per ticket *
 Bibles in the native/local languages   
 3.50 per copy
 Bicycles for preachers  
 50.00   each
 Song Books—printed locally in Indian languages  
 0.75   per copy
 Construction of permanent brick and steel church buildings—locals provide the land:  
           Village Church Building  
           City Church Building  
 Local Campaigns:  
          1 preacher per day—travel, food, lodging, and $2.00 for salary   
10.00 per day 
          Daily Operation for a School of Preaching with 15 students  
27.00 per day
 Medical Needs:
 Varies from a few dollars for anti-biotics to major surgery which may require $10,000 more  
Benevolence: The needs are almost endless— clothing, pots-pans, food. We expend on average $ 2,000 on each 2 month mission   
33.00 per day 
*This amount is ever increasing.


 We need your regular monthly gift. Please consider helping us every month. Your gift will be used to win souls.
.. .that is the bottom line.
God prospers us that we may give to others in His name. Our gifts, in turn, produce thanksgiving to God who is glorified (2 Corinthians 9:11).  
Grace and Peace,
Jerris Bullard, Missionary  

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