This book presents the spiritual condition of tribal in the State of Assam, the tribal constitute a large chuck of 10% of the total Indian population. The author observed that the socio economic status among the tribal people of India is not satisfactory, the condition is also no different in the state of Assam. Even the high literacy rate has failed to open up the possibilities for them and thereby they are mostly engage in unskilled low income earning jobs. Witch-hunting is another problem faced by the tribal people. Missionary activities have not sufficiently serve the tribal in Assam as compared to other tribal groups in North East India.
Therefore, this research recommends to focus its attention on the study of the above topic with an aim to address some possible contextual mission approach to the Rajbangshis and Mising tribes.
1. The Tribal in Assam
2. Rajbongshis and Their Identity
3. Mising Tribe and Their Identity
4. Evaluation of the Old and New Missionary Approaches
5. The Contextual Mission Approach
Rev. Enosh Narzary, hailing from the Boro community of Bongaigaon Assam, encountered Jesus Christ in 1981 and committed his life to serve God. He is pursuing DMin from Acts Academy of Higher Education, Bangalore.
He formed “North East Vision” in 1996 for rendering better service to the local Churches to enhance the mission work. He is also the founder director of “Vision Biblical Seminary” Bongaigaon, Assam.
He married to Anju (Mapuii) (MSc, BEd), a Science teacher in the Govt. High School. God has blessed them with two sons named, Alex LRP Narzary, studying in class XII and Jabez LRL Narzary, studying in class VIII.
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