The significant feature about India is that has "a wide variety of religious traditions." The Christian missions among these traditions face a great challenge. One of the observation in Indian missions is that the church has made a significant impact on `Dalits' and `Tribals', but its impact on Hindu and the Muslim communities is insignificant.
The `Union of Evangelical Students of India', popularly known as UESI, has been one of the prominent ministries contributing to this end. This book meticulously evaluates the modus operandi employed by this ministry for the attainment of this objective.
With a strong combination of academic as well as practical research. Author provides a wealth of information with regard to how to do effective students' ministry in India. It also reflects Author's wide experience, insights and passion for the work of evangelization. The book is meant to seek answers of some unanswered questions like: Why Christian missions in India had been stagnated among the `Dalits' and `Tribals' only? why they are not able to succeed in witnessing the Gospel to upper caste Hindus and Muslims also.