What does KABC stand for?
KABC stands for Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention
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Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention (KABC) is a Baptist convention based in Assam, India. It is affiliated to the Council of Baptist Churches in Northeast India  and the Baptist World Alliance. KABC has 30,833 baptised members in 311 churches.
The Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention comprises of thirteen assocaitions. Rev Davidson Ingti is the General Secretary of the convention.
There are currently no projects for Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention.
Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention (KABC) express deep shock over the issue of the rebel outfits which aggravate the Rengma Naga inhabited area of Chokihola, which is falling under the jurisdiction of the Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention (KABC). According to the information received from the sources, the rebel Karbi People Liberation Tiger (KPLT) forced to sign an agreement with Rengma village GBs’ on 9th June 2013, to hand over the other rebel group called Rengma Naga Hills Protection Force (RNHPF), and also demanded the Rengma village GBs to make the RNHPF rebels surrender with their arms and ammunitions to KPLT.
Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention - International Ministries The latest from Karbi Anglong Baptist Convention http://www. internationalministries.
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