Imparting His Passion to Others
The Lord had given Kantilal a burden, and he took it seriously. He knew that if his people were going to have a chance to know God’s love for them, it wouldn’t be through him personally ministering to each of them; that would be impossible. So after graduating from Bible college, he began his ministry of teaching other young men at the college and imparting to them his passion, so that together, they would fulfill the vision the Lord had given him.
In class, Kantilal teaches students how to explain the significance of Christ’s sacrifice to people of different backgrounds. He teaches them that if they arrive in a village and find it dirty, they shouldn’t hesitate to clean it. He teaches them to show kindness, especially to social outcasts, because Jesus values all people. He teaches them how to show respect for women and the elderly.
Then, just as he did when he was a student, he leads the young men—each of them responsible for ministry in certain villages—in going out, praying for people and ministering to them. When they return to the college in the evenings, they pray for the people they met.
Because Pastor Kantilal ministers and prays alongside the students, he is able to discern what further guidance they need, and the students are able to watch and learn from him.