About INIM

Bringing souls to Christ, Teaching souls in Christ, Sending souls for Christ

since 1964

Mission Statement

As willing vessels we consistently and actively choose to obey our Lord Jesus Christ’s “Greatest Commission” to eternally impact every un-reached people group in India and South Asia with the Gospel, through planting, strengthening and reproducing the indigenous local church using proven evangelistic methodology, training & commissioning disciple-makers through Bible College, rescuing destitute and orphan children both physically and spiritually through Children’s Homes, Christ centered schools and assisting the poor and downtrodden, especially those suffering for their faith in Christ.

Financial Commitment

India National Inland Mission, since 1964, has been committed to faithful stewardship of funds entrusted to us by Donors. We pledge to use gifts wisely and effectively in Jesus’s Name under the governance of an independent US-based Board and an independent Indian-based Board on the mission field. This commitment to integrity has remained our consistent practice since 1964. India National Inland Mission, Inc. is a non-profit Christian organization chartered by the State of California in August 1963. It remains tax-exempt by the Internal Revenue Service under code section 501(c)(3).

The bylaws governing this ministry direct all donated funds, less the permissible US administrative costs as allowed by the US Board, to be strictly used to reach out compassionately to those who have never heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ. All donations go to accomplish this sole purpose.

We are committed to maintaining the following standards:

  • We subscribe to a written statement of faith affirming our commitment to the evangelical Christian faith.
  • We are governed by an independent US Board and an Indian Board, with the majority of whom are neither staff members nor relatives of staff members. The Indian National Inland Mission Board meets semi-annually to establish policies, set budgets, oversee the organization’s financial practices, and review ministry accomplishments.
  • We obtain an annual audit by an independent public accounting firm using generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS) with financial statements prepared following generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
  • We have a functioning audit review committee appointed by the Board, with no one represented who is either family, staff, or relatives of staff members, to review the annual audit and report its findings to the Board.
  • We provide copies of our current audited financial statements upon written request.
  • We seek to conduct our activities with the highest standards of integrity and avoid conflicts of interest.
  • As part of the Mission Core value, we do not promote what would be deemed as aggressive fund-raising methodologies like monthly fund-raising appeal letters or personal sponsorship, Etc. We only send our occasional newsletters to those who have come in contact with the Mission and requested contact. All names and addresses in the Mission are deemed strictly confidential.
  • The Mission does not and will not engage in the practice of buying and selling names and addresses from Marketing vendors and other Christian Organizations.
  • The US and Indian Mission Boards ensure that donations go for the purposes indicated by the Donor.
  • We are members in good standing of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) since 1981.

Ministry Needs

Due to Security concerns on the Mission-field we do not maintain an informational website.

This is a support website only.

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Field Evangelists

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Grace Bible College

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Children's Home & Child Support

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Other

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Church Planting

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