Bengaluru is the capital city of the Karnataka state in southern India and is the 3rd largest city in India, with a metropolitan population of 11 million. Situated at an elevation of 3,000 feet above sea level, the climate of Bengaluru is one of the most pleasant in the country, and with its many parks and green spaces, it is known as the Garden City of India.
Bengaluru is also the “Silicon Valley” of India, with the country’s highest concentration of IT companies. As a result, Bengaluru has drawn a large number of European and Asian immigrants. While the city is primarily Hindu, there are significant populations of Sikh, Muslim, and one of the largest Christian communities in the nation.
“In a house church meeting we attended, the leaders asked a shy eight-year-old girl to stand up. She had died and was raised back to life after a group prayed for her.”
“In the same church, a man had been healed of blindness and a woman healed of cancer. They saw these miracles as normal; God worked this way in the Bible, so of course he would do the same today.”