About AGMA

Amazing Grace Ministry Asia (AGMA) is a non-profit Christian organization, inter-denomination and faith base ministry. It is registered under society registration; Regn. No. 76 of 2002 Under the Manipur Societies, Registration Act, 1989 (Act No 1 of 1990). It registered office is at Bijang Vengnom Churachandpur Manipur. The administrative office is at Guwahati city – Chachal VIP Raod, Sixmile, Guwahait -22. Assam.

Dr. H. D. Angam Haokip was married to Hevei Touthang (Rosie) on December 18, 2004.  The following year in January 2005, they ventured from their native Manipur state for field survey in Arunachal-Bhutan border for missionary work. They passed through Guwahati City and stayed overnight. On the second night of their stay in the city, the LORD revealed to them a clear vision to work on this gate way city of Northeast India.  Though it seemed like a detour program, they accepted the DIVINE CALL and began to serve at Guwahati City - the people groups and areas for pioneering work.                 

H.D. Angam (Harry)  & Mrs. Hevei Haokip (Rose) also started a short term mission training program for the underprivileged youth of the northeast region in the year 2006. The Native Worker Training Center has trained almost around 150 native mission workers for the past seven years. NWTC aims to trains 1000 native workers by 2030. Many of the trainees are now working as local leaders, youth leaders and native workers to the least reached people groups in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura and West Bengal. NWTC has involved in weekend evangelism, prayer walk at important strongholds, Gospel tract distributions, church visiting, door-to-door campaign and community services as needs arise.

Through this training program, many native mission workers have been sent out to different states of northeast India. In few districts of Assam, Native Workers started pioneering work; Evan. Abishek Choudhury at Rani Kamrup District. Evan. Thakuria works in Moidapur Kamrup. Education project was started in Banna, Seppa, East Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. Another Education Project was started at Nongthymmai Garo village, Ri-bhoi District of Meghalaya. The ministry is expanded through its associate’s native workers in West Siang & East Siang District of Arunachal Pradesh. Yangon Myanmar is the recent area of work extended through its associate native worker. AGMA ministry will strive to move forward in helping the down trodden community and the marginalized people groups in the North East India and India’s neighbouring countries.