About Blessing Youth Mission



God Poured out a spirit of intercession on a group of  college students in South India in the 1960s. After about 7 years of almost daily  gathering for prayer, nearly thirty of these young men under the leadership of Mr. R. Stanley came together in October 1970 for three days to wait on the Lord in Fasting Prayer. The Lord visited them with a prophetic message from Ezekiel 34:26 and Acts 1:8.An outpouring of the spirit resulting in an ingathering of souls was the promise. To realize this vision was born the Blessing Youth Mission in 1971.


  • Indian Churches must be revived.

  • Believers Must grow in the Lord.

  • The Bible must be given its due place,

  • The gifts and ministries of the Holy Spirit must be restored to

  • Youth must be reached and challenged.

  • Believers must unite forgetting their differences.

  • Every Christian must become a personal soul winner.

  • People of God should involve actively in neighborhood evangelism.

  • All Churches and Fellowships must become missionary minded.

  • The poor must be helped

  • India Must be totally evangelized in this generation



Revival camps are conducted for christians to experience the renewal and restoration. Bible Study Programmes and training camps are organized for the growth and maturity of the believers. We accept invitations from churches and organizations to minister to their members. We help to  form outreach teams for visitation evangelism. Evangelistic rallies are conducted for students, and the respondents are followed up by discipleship training programmes. Campus cells are organized for Bible study and prayer. Student teams are sent to unevangelized fields to catch a missionary vision. As on date, about 250 fulltime workers are stationed in the following Indian States. Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharastra, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, and Uttar Pradesh. Many of them are involved in cross cultural Missionary evangelism leading to church planting, and others inr revival ministries, Medical, literacy and relief work are incorporated appropriately. The Mission Publishes its message and ministerial news in BLESSING Magazine, Monthly in English and Tamil, bimonthly in Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Telgu and Assamese. Books, tracts and cassettes are also produced in the above Languages.


The Mission is registered with the Government of India as a religious The Mission maintains an interdenominational stand. It considers itself as a Supplement to the Local Church and not a Substitute.

Contact Address

Blessing Youth Mission
Church Colony
Vellore - 632 006,
Tamil Nadu, India