Naga Palepu thought he was the only Christian that had been born Hindu. Amid persecution from his family, he expressed his pain by recording a TikTok video and it went viral.
The response to the video was the catalyst for an international, virtual community known as Hidden Christians.
Here, young believers can still grow in faith and build friendships despite the threat of persecution.
What You’ll Learn:
Why some believers from a Hindu or Muslim background may not have access to brick-and-mortar churches
How social media is introducing young people to Christ all over the world
How churches can better support new believers who have not grown up in church
About the Guest:
Naga Palepu was born Hindu but then he found Jesus. When his family learned that he had become a Christian, they persecuted him.
But through that painful experience, he was able to minister to other young believers like himself and Hidden Christians was formed. Online, young believers are able to come together though they may live in families of a different faith – like Hindu, Muslim or atheist.
Naga’s goal is that Hidden Christians would become Courageous Christians who spread the gospel to untouched parts of the world.