MIB is Biblical Based Educational and Church Planting Ministry

MIB is Biblical Based Educational and Church Planting Ministry with Matthew 28: 18-20 Visions.


Helping nation-building through transformational community development programs

Our mission is to help in nation-building through transformational community development programs in India and beyond with the Gospel.




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Mission india & beyond

– Ministry-Training and Church-Planting Center –

Dear Friends, Family, and Partners,

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

How thrilled and grateful I am to share with you the vision and work of Mission India & Beyond (MIB). Since the inception of the ministry in 2011, God has been doing great things as a result of faithful mission partners and MIB frontline shepherds. Though we currently operate the ministry in a rented building, and we have seen some rough times, God has been faithful to us. Looking back, we see His faithfulness in leading us thus far, and we confidently move forward towards a global vision to reach unreached India and neighboring countries. Together, as we hold on to the faithfulness of our God, we can do great things to fulfil the Great Commission of our Lord.

I humbly thank the Lord and those who support Mission India & Beyond. I do not manage Mission India & Beyond by my own effort. MIB’s ministry training and church planting ministry are only possible by God’s grace and with the support of visionary co-workers and partners. Thank you for partnering with us. You are bringing the Word of God to needy, untrained, new believers and unreached people of India and beyond. Our outreach would not be possible without your continued support.

I thank God for my family, MIB staff and the church planters for their faithful support in all our endeavors. We are called to develop Christ-like leaders to reach unreached India and beyond. We are called to seek His Kingdom first, to serve Him and Him alone, and to lay down our lives, ourselves, our goals, and our all. I praise and thank God for guiding this team and fulfilling His promises. May we see God open more doors for Mission India & Beyond and witness His Kingdom come.

Would you please partner with us!
Until All Have Heard Christ

Rev. T.T. Kom
Mission India & Beyond
(Ministry-Training and Church-Planting Center)


We are dedicated to taking Christ to millions and we have found that the most effective way to do this is by training missionaries and church planters.

MIB is building the Kingdom of God with a clear vision, strategy in developing grass-root level church planters. We are working with our alumni and local church leaders in imparting Biblical sound doctrines to the local believers and maturing the new believers.

Even in a difficult situation, we can still be fruitful by the grace of God and through prayer support from friends and like-minded mission partners.

Evangelism and Church planting are very important part of the work of MIB-SABCT&M. Our Bible College equips church planters and sends them out to the places where there is no church.  As their home fellowship groups grow in size, it become necessary to build a church hall. Most of these villages are too poor to afford the construction. Therefore, I am inviting all of us who has roof on our head to take this opportunity to help our fellow Christian by contributing even a small amount.

about us


Mission India & Beyond is a biblical based educational and church planting ministry based on the Matthew 28: 18-20 vision. MIB came into existence as a result of the Lord’s impression to Telien Thangneilien Kom, and was united by his wife T. Neishoning after their marriage in the year 2011, as felt the need for producing Christ-like leaders to reach the millions of lost souls to established Bible believing churches in India and beyond. The vision came into practices in the form of ministry in 2011.

The ministry had a humble beginning in Shillong in a rented building that consisted of seven rooms with three faculty and twelve students. After few months of running the ministry, the local Headmen have tightened their rules and regulation in the locality, owing to that MIB was restricted to put up the ministry’s sign board and also warned by the local headman and village defense force to discontinued conducting any related to the affairs of ministry in the building. MIB was not able to operate the ministry peacefully because of the oppression from the local headman and village defense force. Therefore, the Ministry was shifted to Guwahati in March 2015 since then, MIB is able to continue to grow and have been upgrade peacefully.

Mission & Vision

MISSION: Reaching the Unreached People of India and Beyond.

VISSION:  Vision statements of Mission India & Beyond for the next 30 years are as follows:
>    To train 15,000 theological students through residential and non-residential programs.
>    To construct building for Ministry Head Office and for our South Asia Baptist College of Theology & Mission (SABCT&M) in Sharon Land.
>    To have 50.000 volumes of theological academic books in SABCT&M library, because the library is the heart of any theological institution.
>    To send out 5000 missionaries to reach the unreached people of India and beyond.
>    To establish bible believing churches in every provinces/states of India where there is no church.
>    To establish one English school for deserving/underprivileged children and children of Christian missionaries.
>    To establish one orphanage.
>    To own one Printing Press for printing Bibles, Gospel tracts and Christian books.



By faith and servanthood, we obeyed the call and the big vision that God gave us to strategically and intentionally reach out to the people of India and beyond. We are united to plant reproducing churches by developing Christ-like leaders and serving the poor and needy through biblical based holistic ministry programs. 

    T.T. Kom

    Rev. Angam Duroi
    Associate Director

    S. Leivon
    Ministry Associate

    Dr. T. Neishoning
    Ministry Associate

    John Kom
    General Secretary

    D. David
    Ministry Associate

    T. Vaiphei
    Team Member

    Rev. Thiandam
    Team Member

    L. Athang
    Team Member

    Kipnu Telien
    Team Member

    Team Member

    Team Member

    statement of faith

    I. The Scriptures 

    We believe all the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are divinely Inspired by God. We believe that scripture reveals the Mind of God to man, and points to the Lord Jesus Christ and the only way of Salvation through Him. The scriptures are the only infallible guide for our daily thought-life as well as our practical, moral, and spiritual instruction. 

    II. The Godhead 

    We believe that the Godhead eternally exists in three persons – the Father, the Son, and the Holy spirit – and that these three are one God, having the precise same nature, attributes, and perfections and worthy of precisely the same honor, confidence, worship, and obedience. 

    III. Angels, fallen and Unfallen 

    We believe that God created an innumerable company of sinless, spiritual beings, known as angels; that one, “the anointed cherub” – the highest in rank – sinned through pride, thereby becoming Satan; that a great company of angels followed him in his moral fall, some of whom became demons and are active as his agents and associates in the prosecution of his unholy purposes, while others who fell are “reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day.” 

    IV. Man, Created and Fallen 

    We believe that man was originally created in the image and after the likeness of God, as God’s representative ‘vice-regent,’ and that he fell through sin, in consequence losing his spiritual life. As fallen, he is “dead in trespasses and sins”, and that he became subject to the reign of sin and the power of the devil.

    V. The Incarnation of Jesus Christ

    We believe that, as provided and purposed by God and as preannounced in the prophecies of the Scriptures, the eternal Son of God came into this world that He might reconcile men to God and become the Redeemer of a lost world. To this end He was born of the virgin, and received a human body and a sinless human nature. We believe that, according to the scriptures, He rose from the dead in the same body, though glorified, in which He had lived and died, and that His resurrection body is the pattern of that body which ultimately will be given to all believers.

    VI. Salvation Only through Jesus Christ

    We believe that, owing to spiritual death through sin, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless Born Again; and that no degree of reformation however great, no attainment in morality however high, no culture however attractive, no baptism or other ordinance however administrated, can help the sinner to take even one step toward heaven; but a new nature imparted from above, a new life implanted by the Holy Spirit through the Word, is absolutely essential to salvation, and only those thus saved are sons of God. 

    VII. Eternal Security 

    We believe that God keeps eternally all those who Receive salvation and that none are Ever Lost. God will, however, chasten and correct His own infinite love; but having undertaken to save them and keep them forever, apart from all human merit, He, who cannot fail, will in the end present every one faultless in Christ, and on His merits alone, before the presence of His glory and conformed to the image of His Son. We believe that saints can have eternal assurance that they are the children of God and so are eternally kept by the power of God. This assurance gives confidence and peace, helping the believer grow in spiritual maturity.

    VIII. The Holy Spirit

    We believe that the Holy Spirit, the Third Person of the Trinity, though omnipresent from all eternity, took up His abode in the world in a special sense on the day of Pentecost to the divine promise. By His baptism He unites all to Jesus Christ in one body and indwells every true believer. As the Indwelling One, He is the Source of all power, all acceptable worship and service, and all spiritual gifts. 

    IX. The Great Commission

    We believe that it is the explicit command of our Lord Jesus Christ to win the lost, and make disciples in accordance with His Gospel, through evangelism of non-believers and instruction of believers, for the building up of the body of Christ. Every generation of the Church Age has this Divine responsibility.

    X. The Tribulation Period

    We believe that the rapture of the church will be followed by the fulfillment of Israel’s seventieth week (Dan. 9:27; Rev. 6:1-19:21) during which the church, the body of Christ, will be in heaven. The signing of the 7-year Peace Treaty (covenant) with Israel will be the trigger point. The whole period of Israel’s seventieth week will be a time of judgment on the whole earth, at the end of which “the times of the Gentiles” will be brought to a close. The latter half of this period will be the time of Jacob’s trouble Jer. 30:70, which out Lord called the great tribulation (Mt. 24:15-21). We believe that universal righteousness will not be realized previous to the second coming of Jesus Christ, but that the world is day by day ripening for judgment and that the age will end with a fearful apostasy.

    XI. The Second Coming of Jesus Christ

    We believe that the period of great tribulation in the earth will be climaxed by the return of the Lord Jesus Christ to the earth as He went. The millennial age will follow, with Satan bound. Israel will be restored to her own land and the Abrahamic Covenant will be fulfilled by the consummation of it three divisions – Land (Palestinic Covenant), Seed (Davidic Covenant), and Blessing (New Covenant finally brought to complete fruition). The whole Jewish world that survives will be brought to a complete knowledge of the Messiah. 

    XII. The Eternal State 

    We believe that at death the spirit and souls of those who have trusted in the Lord Jesus Christ for salvation pass immediately into His presence and there remain in conscious bliss until the resurrection of the glorified body when Christ comes for His own, whereupon soul and body reunited shall be associated with Him forever in glory; but the spirits and souls of the unbelieving remain in Hell after death conscious of condemnation and in misery until the final judgment of the Great White Throne at the close of the millennium, when soul and body reunited shall be cast into the Lake of fire, not to be annihilated, but to be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord, and from the glory of His power.

    MIB Special Project

    Mission India & Beyond is registered to the government of Assam, India in 2020. We are a leadership and community development initiative to empower leaders who are devoted to implement initiatives that transform communities with the Gospel of Jesus, one life at a time.


    Donors may choose to honour an individual, a family member, or an institution by sponsoring a part of the MIB SABCT&M Permanent Campus construction in India. The sponsored participation, honorarium, or memoriam will contain the name of the individual, family, or institution.

    Available Honorarium, or Memoriam options are:

    • Academic Block
    • Church and Library
    • Hostel
    • Kitchen & Dinning Hall
    • Director & Guest House
    • Teacher Quarters
    • Office Building
    • Toilet Complex
    • A Garden Bench

    Other Ways to Partner

    MIB invites you to invest your talents, skills and fund for frontline missions in South Asia. Join with MIB to equip hundreds of men and women for frontline missions. Your talents, skills, and commitment to serve through short-term missions will help to bring thousands to Jesus Christ.

    • Equipping nationals by teaching and preaching
    • Training Bible students in God’s Word
    • Taking pictures and writing stories for the ministry.
    • Present MIB Ministry Building Rent amount $700 per month.
    • Academic Closing Conference and Graduation.

    It will cost $1,500 for the conference and graduation service. These costs include tent rentals, invitations, graduation diplomas and gowns, transportation for the pastors, speaker expenses, and a gift of a Bible for each graduate. We also provide lunch for everyone since in many cases the relatives and other attendees have to travel a long distance to join in the celebration.

    • Annual Church Planters’ Conference                                                          

    It will cost $2000 for the conference. These costs include tent/hall rental  , transportation for the pastors, speaker expenses. We also provide fooding and lodging for every church planter participate in the conference.

    • Children and Youth Camp (CYC) $2000
    • Sponsor MIB Staff.

    Currently we are looking for 50 sponsors who will be willing to sponsor these vital workers at $100 per month. This is a great opportunity to support 10 MIB Staff those who are supporting the front-line workers.

    • Ministry Tool: Motorbike ($1300).

    A motorbike enables a missionary to visit many more villages in a day than that is possible by foot.

    MIB – CDP


    In India poor kids are illiterate; the effect of poverty on children is wide reaching and can lead to lifelong struggles. According to the Statistics of Children in India, 99 million children have dropped out of school (Census 2011). Here MIB-CDP provides free tuition, school accessories and nourishment to underprivileged children with a goal to give a better future while they reside with their poor parents. 

    Social Service

    Our mission is also to help in nation-building through transformational community development programs in India and beyond with the Gospel.


    A. MIB Clean India Movement.
    C. MIB Community Health Education (MIB – CHE)
    D. MIB Relief Program (MIB-RP)

    mission Field

    “… The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few…” Luke 10:2 KJV


    “… And how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?” Romans 10:14 KJV

    INDIA 1.4 Billion People

    ➢ India is a country that fills with 1.4 billion souls.
    ➢ The population of this one country is greater than the population of all of Europe.
    ➢ The population of India is greater than the population of North and South America combined.
    ➢ The population of India is greater than the entire Africa.
    ➢ India is the most populous country in the world.
    ➢ Over 80% are Hindus, believing in many gods and goddesses.
    ➢ Another 13% are Muslims.
    ➢ Less than 5% of the population are Christian.
    ➢ “India is one country with many languages and cultures, more than 19,500 mother tongues spoken in India” – (The Indian Express, Published: July 1, 2018).
    ➢ India is one of the least evangelized countries in the world. Only 1.25% of the World’s Missions giving is directed to the country of India.
    ➢ Two-thirds of the people in India live in poverty.
    ➢ Truly India is a country of great spiritual darkness and need.





    Certificate in Christian Ministry (CCM)

    Class X or Equivalent: 1 year course.

    Diploma in Theology (Dip.Th)

    Class X or Equivalent: 2 years course.

    Bachelor of Theology (BTh)

    Class XII Certificate: 3 years course.

    Bachelor of Divinity (BD) or Master of Divinity (MDiv)

    – BTh {from recognized institution}: 2 years course.

    – Bachelor or Master’s Degree: 3 years course.

    Master of Theology in Mission (MTh)

    BD or MDiv (from recognized institution): 2 years course.


    and Admission Form 2023


    Here is the PDF file of subjects allotment.
    The details are given from B. Th – I to M. Th. in Missiology
    You may kindly download the PDF file below.


    You may fine here the application form in PDF.
    Please download from the link below.
    After filling the form, please return to the address given in the form or
    to Email:


    1. The Name of the Institution
    The name of the Institution is South Asia Baptist College of Theology and Mission (SABCT&M).
    2. The Host – Church of the Institution
    The host church of the institution is MIB Centre Bible Church (MIBCBC).
    3. The Faculty of the Institution
    The faculty of the Institution will be of two types: regular faculty and adjunct faculty.
    4. Regular Faculty
    Regular faculties are engaged by the institution to teach courses on a continuing basis. Regular faculty must hold Master or Doctorate degrees in the Academic fields in which they are assigned to teach. They must also be men of significant pastoral experience and ordinarily hold the office of elder (pastor) in a local church.
    5. Adjunct Faculty
    Adjunct faculties are visiting faculty who are invited occasionally to teach courses for the Institution. Regular faculty must hold Master or Doctorate degrees in the Academic fields in which they are assigned to teach. They must also be men of significant pastoral experience and ordinarily hold the office of elder (pastor) in a local church.
    6. The Students of the Institution
    The entire mission of the Institution focuses on its students. Careful attention to every dimension of the Institution’s relation to its students is critical to its Mission.
    7. Student Relations
    The Administrator of the Institution has for one of his foremost responsibility student relations. Good student relations require that good communication with the students of the Institution be maintained.
    8. Student Records
    Basic to the fulfilment of the Mission of the Seminary is the careful maintenance of good student records. This is another of the foremost responsibilities of the Administrator. He shall provide that the functions of the Institution Registrar shall be carefully maintained including the provision of student transcripts in a timely fashion to the students and administration of the Institution in such a way as to maintain proper standards of student confidentiality.
    9. Student Qualifications
    In order to be qualify to be a student at South Asia Baptist College of Theology and Mission the potential student must satisfy a number of conditions:
    (1) He/she must complete the application process through the Institution Principal and Academic dean.
    (2) He must complete an entrance interview with the Admission Board.
    (3) He must be a true Christian manifesting repentance toward God and faith toward the Lord Jesus Christ.
    (4) He must be a member of good standing of a true Bible believing church.

    10. Hostel Rules and Regulations

    (1) On exceptional cases the college authority allows a few students to commute school from home. The rest of SABCT&M students are required to stay in the hostel. To occupy the hostel, a student must bring mattress, bedding, mosquito net, bucket, mug, plate and other necessary items for personal use.
    (2) Hostellers are responsible for cleanliness of their rooms, corridors, toilets and hostel premises.
    (3) Every student must take personal devotion since such practice is vital for one’s spiritual growth and no one is allowed to sleep during devotion, if found he /she will be assigned to write Psalm 119:1-176.
    (4) Electrical appliances such as immersion rod and heater are not permitted. Lights must be switched off while leaving or when it is not used.
    (5) The electric bulb and tube are provided once in academic year after which subsequent replacement is to be done by the occupant.
    (6) Room must be securely locked, and any loss of personal belongings cannot be claimed either to inmates or to the authorities.
    (7) Loss and damages of the seminary’s furniture/property, electrical fittings and sports materials by a student shall be replaced at their own cost.
    (8) Male students are not permitted to ladies’ hostel, and vice-versa.
    (9) There should not be intimate relationship between boys and girls while pursuing degree in the seminary.
    (10) Hostellers are expected to attend Library during Library hours.
    (11) Students should wear proper/decent dress no T-shirt is allowed for chapel service and class hours.
    (12) No student is permitted to take lunch/dinner to his/her room except on health ground.
    (13) There should be mutual understanding between the teachers and the students. Students should maintain respect and decency toward teachers.
    (14) All illness must first be reported to the authority; self-medication must be avoided.
    (15) No student should disturb others by way of loud singing, howling, and shouting or by playing musical instruments.
    (16) Everyone must adhere to duty that is assigned.
    (17) Outsiders are not allowed in the hostel without permission of the Hostel Warden.
    (18) There will be social work every Saturday under the student leadership between 9:00 –11:00 a.m. as such activity will be counted part and parcel of concurrent field education; all students must extend their fullest co-operation to the student’s leadership. Attendance will be kept, social work secretaries will take roll call, any student found absent without cogent reason will be penalized.
    (19) Late fine of Rs. 200/- per day be levied against latecomers.
    (20) Hostel meal timings should be followed strictly.
    (21) Everyone must maintain godly atmosphere among peers. No gambling, quarrelling, fighting is allowed. No one is allowed to lay hand over any body. For any problem one must report to the Seminary Authority instead of defending own self.
    (22) Hostellers must also be aware of the privacy life of the campus residents. Students must therefore avoid visiting other families in their residence. In case of unavoidable circumstances, prior permission must be obtained from Dean of Student/concern teachers.
    (23) No students are allowed to eat/prepare food in the hostel kitchen or in their room separately.
    (24) Fees once paid will not be refundable.
    (25) Every student must clear his/her tuition fees within 10 (ten) of every month.
    (26) Everyone must go to bed and maintained silence from 10. 10pm to 6am (light off).
    (27) The college authority will assign room to each hosteller and no hosteller is allowed to change room without prior permission from the college authority.
    (28) If anyone is found using drugs, wine (alcohol), pan, talap, cigarette, tobacco, etc he /she will be expelled from the college.
    (29) Boys must not keep long hair and wear half pant. Girls must not wear sleeveless shirt and skirt must be below knee length.
    (30) Every student and staff must keep the time schedule set by the college authority.
    (31) No one is allowed to go out from the campus without the consent of the Authority.
    (32) No one is allowed to use cell phone from Monday to Friday.

    11. Student’s fellowship

    (1) The jurisdiction and function of the Students’ Fellowship is limited only to college activities, particularly to the students’ welfare/activities.
    (2) Dean of Students’ Affairs (DSA) is an official representative of the college to the students’ fellowship.
    (3) All meetings of SF must be conducted in the presence of DSA, and all the SF activities must be done in consultation and consent of the DSA.
    (4) Resolutions/decisions adopted by the SF must be forwarded to the college Principals through the DSA for the approval of faculty council. Without the approval, no activities of any kind should be taken by the SF.
    (5) The office bearers for the students’ fellowship shall be elected by the students’ body under the chairmanship of the Dean of students’ affairs (DSA).

    12. Chapel and Church Attendance Rules

    (1) The morning worship attendance is mandatory for all students. Students are
    expected to enter Chapel well ahead of time.
    (2) Leaders and speakers of the chapel service are responsible to make worship lively and meaningful.
    (4) Worship Secretary of Students fellowship will record students’ attendance and submit the same to Chaplain every month and in turn Chaplain will submit the same to Principal for taking disciplinary action against irregular students.
    (5) The KJV is the recommended Bible for use in the Chapel. All are expected to bring Bible in the morning worship and daily vesper services.
    (6) Mobile devices must be kept either in mute or switched off during worship.
    (7) Student leaders/assigned persons are responsible to place the hymn books at the entrance and keep them safely in the box after worship. All hymn books must be handled with great care.
    (8) “Worship Group” consisting of students and staff will be organized under the leadership of one teaching staff for each group. Their duty is to organized and conducts daily community worship in weekly basis. The details will be prepared by the Chaplain.

    13. Library Rules and Regulations

    Persons Entitled to Use the Library are: SABCT&M faculty, students and other individual person (s) with written permission from Principal.
    (1) Every person who takes a book out of the library or reads in the library shall be responsible for the book and shall return in undamaged.
    (2) Any person found mutilating or disfiguring, underlining sentences or marking of any kind or losing a book or damaging any property belonging to the library shall be required to replace such book(s) or property damaged as per rule.
    (3) Persons entitled to use the library other than seminary staff and students can read the book(s) only in the library with the knowledge of the principal.
    (4) Books from Reference, Periodicals, Magazines and News Papers will not be issued for check out.
    (5) Issued books may be recalled if and when needed in the library.
    (6) Any person failing to return the book(s) on the appointed dates shall be fined Rs.10/- (five) per day per book. Books shall not be issued to those who failed to clear their dues.
    (7) No one is permitted to enter inside the bookshelf section with personal belongings.

    14. Study Hall Rules

    (1) Silence must maintain in the library. Conversation, making noise, singing etc is strictly prohibited. If anyone wishes to talk to a friend/visitor, he/she is advice to go outside the library premises.
    (2) The separate reading arrangement for boys and girls should be strictly honoured.
    (3) Mobile phone is strictly prohibited inside the study hall.
    (4) Except water no eatables, drinks, knife or blade is allowed inside the library.

    (5) No visitor or outsider is permitted to enter the library without obtaining written permission from the principal.

    15. Amendment of Rules & Regulations.

    The SABCT&M authority has the right to amend any of the above rules whenever necessary.

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    Our Contacts:

    Ministry-Training and Church-Planting Center
    Maikhulli, B.P.O. Pillangkatta, Via Basistha Charialli, Guwahati – 781029
    Tel.: +918521380963


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