In 1998 a mission compound was built in the village of Barwala on the outskirts of Chandigarh, in the capital of the Punjab State. Today this location is the hub of all NICM activities in an area which spans from the Pakistan boarder to just north of New Delhi.
In 2004, NICM opened Cambridge International Public School, a government recognized institution with permission from the state to teach the Bible.
NICM also operates schools in other villages and slum areas where orphans, street children and children of field workers receive basic education.
Over the years NICM has partnered with many Christian organizations to provide for the physical needs of the people while introducing them to Jesus Christ. Some of these organizations are Fellowship of Associates of Medical Evangelism (FAME), Good News Productions (GNPI), International Disaster Emergency Services (IDES), and Bring Good News ministries.
The main support for the mission comes from eleven churches across the U.S. and many faithful individuals. NICM is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization and is governed by a Board of Directors. All U.S. staff and board members are volunteers and receive no compensation. Monthly distribution of funds is made to the directors in India and they are responsible for the staff in India which is made up of Indian nationals. Each person associated with the work of NICM counts it a gift from God to be allowed to be a part of this great ministry.