Every colonial power consolidates its hold on an occupied country by spreading its religion and conversion of natives. So did the Britishers in India during their nearly two-century long rule. This booklet records the activities of Christian missionaries and Christian Church in India during 19th & 20th century. From highlighting the salient features of its gospel, it gives the statistics about its influence on the native population in the Majha region of Punjab. It shows how well-organized and focused approach it had to fulfill their mission. The stance on the whole is propagandistic and proselytizing.