The Nepali Speaking Christians Leaders' Summit held in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, to represent the pastor leaders of Nepali-speaking churches in various countries around the world, ended grandly on Thursday.
President Pastor Bhadra Rai said that more than 500 Nepali-speaking pastor leaders from 15 different countries of the world participated in the Nepali Speaking Christians Leaders' Summit organized by Global Nepali Speaking Christian Fellowship (GNSCF) for three days from July 25 to 27 at a hotel in Bangkok.
According to news sources, only 162 pastor leaders from Nepal participated in the 4th summit held in Bangkok.
According to Pastor Bhadra Rai, president of GNSCF, the next Nepali-speaking Christian Leaders' Summit of GNSCF will be held in Hong Kong in 2025. This conference is held every two years.
The first GNSCF Leaders' Summit was held in Siliguri, India, while the second summit was held in Kathmandu in 2019. Likewise, its third Leaders Summit was held in Sikkim in November 2022.
President Rai said that the main purpose of this leadership conference, which is held every two years, is to associate with Nepali-speaking church pastors and leaders around the world and to help each other fulfill God's great command by expanding the network.
According to a source, recently, Nepali-speaking churches have been established in more than one hundred countries around the world.