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Tony & Tsering Malik

Tony & Tsering Malik
For the past 35 years, we have been living and working out of Landour, a suburb of the hill town of Mussoorie, at an altitude of 7,500 feet. Mussoorie lies about 300 Km NE of Delhi. Our home, Ellengowan, sits on the ridge from where we can see the Himalayan range on the north and the state's capital city, Dehradun, on the south. Mussoorie is home to a mix of people and lies in the Hindu heartland, in that it is surrounded by several important Hindu pilgrimage sites. Mussoorie is also home to the first Tibetan settlement. The town hosts many reputed boarding schools, including the 165-year-old MK, Woodstock School where Tsering works. Simultaneously, she also helps with our hospitality ministry. Tony is involved in counseling and personal witness on the hillside.

We run a guest facility that caters to expatriate language school students, Christian workers, and guests, as well as a church-planting ministry in the two NE states of Manipur and Nagaland. Our Manipur staff also has an outreach in Nepal and the bordering area of Myanmar. The ministry in Nagaland incorporates a weekly prison ministry and among the working women’s hostel and orphanage. We have two married daughters. The older one, Tanya, and her husband, Mark, live in the cheese town of Gouda in the Netherlands. They have one daughter, Sienna. Tina and Matt live in West Hollywood, Los Angeles. Photo: (L-R) Mark, Tony, Tanya, Tsering, Sienna, Tina, and Matt.
Venture Fund
Our ministry often involves extra expenses to go towards different projects and needs we want to help meet in the community. This fund goes beyond our own financial needs and helps us to further our ministry in ways we wouldn't be able to without your help.
Family Gift (Not Tax-Deductible)
Contribute to their ministry by encouraging them with a small gift for Christmas or their birthday. Please understand that these types of gifts are not eligible for a tax deductible receipt.

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