The thought for an ecumenical institution was born on November 11, 1993 in the heart of a village boy from south Tamil Nadu, India. This day about 150 years ago, November 11 1793 William Carey started his mission life in Indian sub-continent. He started a theological university, printing press, newspaper and several other program and project to educate, empower the community. This mission is initiated in remembrance of him and began on the day he landed in India 150 years ago. His bicentenary celebration marked this beginning on November 11, 1993 at Mizpha Church in Bangalore, India. It was started in the name of Christian Life Service in India with the goal of teach and reach and then grew to be an international mission. It was extended to pacific nations based in New Zealand and came to the missional world hub USA. Since its inauguration the founder offered to work full time for this mission. William Carey (1761-1834) said "Expect great things from God; attempt great things for God.". He, after hearing an account of the spiritual needs of India in a missional meeting in England, the secretary of the meeting remarked: "There is a gold mine in India, but it seems almost as deep as the center of the earth. Who will venture to explore it?" "I will venture to go down," said Carey, "but remember that you must hold the ropes." Born in England, he was a Baptist missionary to India. A pastor before going to the mission field, he spent an active forty-one years serving the Lord in India, including translating the Scriptures. Carey never returned to England. Please get in touch with us to raise more William Careys for the world in need of God’s love and God’s touch.