Children's Camp International has not been affected by a supreme court ruling in parts of India against Christian workers.

CCI President Ray Wieler says the anti-conversion law was lifted in their state in 2004.

Noting this is a serious issue, the camps are determined to continue to move forward.

Wieler mentions real progress has been seen, by an increase in the Christian population that has brought hope and value to the people of southern India.

So far they have reached 33 500 people and believe it will be no problem to reach their goal of

40 000.