Baptist Press ran an article several years ago entitled Sikhs reached by contextualizing Gospel and described how it was difficult for the Jatt Sikh people of India to convert to Christ because they felt it meant giving up their culture.
Sikhism is the world's fifth largest organized religion and one of the youngest world religions, having been founded around the end of the 15th century. Explore ways in which the message of God's love is reaching Sikhs and find out how you can be a part of God's work among the Sikhs.
The Prayercast website provides helpful resources for praying for Sikhs.
FROM THE GUARDIAN:
A Sikh Finds Jesus
In an article published in The Guardian in August of 2015 entitled Jesus Saved My Mother, Nirpal Dhaliwal tells the fascinating story of how his mother — born into the monotheistic Sikh religion in the Punjab and yet combining her Sikh heritage with many of the religious practices of the polytheistic Hindu culture around her — converted to Christ and of his observations of the changes it has brought about in her life. Click the button below to read the rest of the story!