Nagaland Missionary Movement

Nagaland Missionary Movement (NMM) is a denominational Mission organization under Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) consisting of 20 Baptist associations with 1325 local churches. It is mission department of the Baptist Churches in Nagaland yet, autonomous in its functions. NMM was founded in 1979 under the leadership of Rev. Longri Ao. It was the outcome of the great revival in the region during the 70's and the fundamental factor for establishing such an autonomous body for mission was the zeal for mission, to evangelize the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Nagaland Missionary Movement is an indigenous mission organization. Almost all the support and resources come from the local affiliated Congregations and Associations. Today NMM have missionaries in many parts of India and beyond. And wherever missionaries are sent, mission field is established and churches are planted. Some of the areas where the NMM gives more focus in today's mission within India include- Indo-Bhutan border, Arunachal Pradesh, Orissa, Assam, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Manipur, Tripura and, West Bengal. NMM has also sent missionaries to countries like Nepal, Cambodia, Thailand, Burma and Africa.

The administrative system of NMM functions under the guidelines of the NBCC constitution where the Board of Mission is represented by the Mission Secretaries and Director of Mission from every member association. The office operates with the Director as the head of department; Associate Director; Mission Promoters; Research Coordinator; Treasurer and Office Assistant.

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