The New Indian Christian
School is Under Construction
The original Indian Christian School is presently housed at
Esudas' home. Land and construction is very expensive in
India and in order to start the Christian School, Esudas used
his home as the starting point for it. At present, he has
50 orphans and single parent children living in his home.
These children are all students in the school.
In addition to these children, the school also has 128 children
enrolled. All of these children are receiving an education
in Esudas' home.
Overcrowding has become a problem. The need is far greater
than the present facility can accommodate. Plans for a
larger school in another location have been in the works for
years now. Thanks to the will of the Lord and the
generosity and cooperation of many Christians, the new school is
now becoming a reality for these children.
The Christian school cannot be housed at Esudas' home
indefinitely. Indian law requires permanent dedicated
buildings with a play ground area in order to meet the
requirements. Currently, Esudas has to lease land for the
required playground area in order to temporarily satisfy the
requirements of India law. A permanent school must be
first step was to find a suitable location and acquire enough
land to build the school. A parcel of land has been
purchased for the school which is a little less than 1 Acre.
The new location is about 2 miles from the present facility at
Esudas' home in Narasaraopet.
Currently, the drainage work has been started and some of the
support columns for the main building have been constructed.
Work is underway and Lord willing, and with the continued help
of Esudas' supporters, the Indian Christian School will open in
the new location and provide many more children with the
education they need in order to climb up out of their poverty
and help make the Lord's church self sufficient in India.
An overview of the current Indian Christian School in operation
can be seen here: