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The people of the Hmar tribe of Northeast India were fierce headhunters. In 1910, a missionary, named Watkin Roberts, mailed a Gospel of John to the Hmar chief. The chief invited Roberts to come and explain the Scriptures. He went despite a travel ban by the British colonial rulers, and five young tribesmen chose to become followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. The converts grew in faith and became leaders of a new and growing church. Within two generations, the entire tribe was evangelized. Headhunting stopped, and hearthunting began. They now carry the gospel throughout India and all around the world. The members of the India Children's Choir are heirs of those who first believed. The choir is made up of 22 children, ages 8-12, from Northeast India. They are brought to the United States each year by Bibles For The World to perform the inspiring musical drama, "From Headhunters to Hearthnters". Call 888-382-4253 for more information or to book them today!