Neil Thomas Ministries

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For the United States missionary organization which is also abbreviated as "NTM", see New Tribes Mission.

Neil Thomas Ministries (NTM) is a non-profit, Christian organization whose doctrine is heavily based on Methodism, a branch of Protestant Christianity. In 1971, Neil Thomas and Tom Griffiths founded the organization's college in Canberra, Australia. As of 2011, NTM operates missions in India, Pakistan and Tibet, together with other nations in Africa and Oceania including New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu, where the ministry has been highly influential.[1] In Vanuatu the ministry serves its community through three Bible Colleges in English and Bislama, 130 churches, two junior secondary schools and several medical clinics. The founder of the denomination, Paster Neil Thomas, died on 11 December 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.[2]

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  1. ^ NTM Missions website page Retrieved on 17 August 2014
  2. ^ "NTM Founder Neil Thomas dies". Vanuatu Daily Post. January 16, 2015. 

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