I am Krishna raj Bhatta (Krish) and I was born in an orthodox Hindu family in Dalendhura of far-western Nepal. I am the 9th of 9 children and was a son of a Brahmin and Hindu priest. I was from the upper caste in Nepal and I didn’t want to mix with the people of lower caste or submit to a belief system I perceived as having lower status. After my father passed away there was no one to take care of my family and after a time our economic condition became very weak. I was sent to stay in a children’s home run by a church in Kathmandu and it was there where I got a chance to attend a church service and came to know more about Jesus and salvation through Him. Eventually, I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior and Lord in 2003.
As I was studying in the XIIth standard, God spoke to me in different ways to be committed for His ministry. I went on to Bible College and after the completion of the Pastoral Training course, the Lord gave me a clear vision to share the Hope that lies within me (1 Peter 3:15) with the many tribal people of Nepal.
I began sharing my faith right away and haven’t stopped – even when tribal people were pointing their bows and arrows at me saying, “We don’t want to hear about your God!” I spent many days without food and slept in the church hall during my early walk with God. Finally, I became involved in full-time ministry and currently serve with “Servant Heart Nepal” to help fulfill the Great Commission. Servant Heart Nepal exists to lead people into a loving, relationship with Jesus Christ that they may develop a servant’s heart and in turn become servant leaders.
We have been reaching people with the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ in and around Western rural villages and in remote Himalayas, Nepal. Our vision is to equip nationals, plant churches, impact lives, transform communities and to see holistic development through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. WE SEE A CHURCH THAT CONTINUES THE LIFE-TRANSFORMING WORK OF SERVANTHOOD THAT JESUS BEGAN! We are looking to see God’s mighty work, kindly pray for us and for our ministry in Nepal.