The Hadi are Dalits, the lowest status groups in Hindu society. The word Dalit means "broken or scattered." They are relegated to the lowest most menial jobs, and for the Hadi, that means jobs like collecting trash and sweeping the streets.
Like other Hindus, the Hadi are fearful of rejecting the traditional religion of their people. To leave Hinduism would be to risk excommunication from their families and losing relationships with loved ones. Those who hear the gospel are reluctant to consider it, despite the freedom from bondage it offers.
Following Christ is a foreign concept to the Hadi. Reaching them will require an insider movement in which Hadi people share the good news with others from their community, testifying to the truth of Christ and demonstrating God's love.
"O God, you are my God; earnestly I seek you; my soul thirsts for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no water." Psalm 63:1
Pray that hundreds from this people group will earnestly seek God and find Him.
Ask God to send his Spirit to soften hearts and prepare them to receive and respond to his gift of salvation. Pray for the Lord to speak to key members of the Hadi community who will then share Christ with their families and friends until there is a movement to Christ.
|Online Audio NT||No|
|Christ Followers||Few, less than 2%|