Tinumeren and Aosenla Imchen Ozukum

Tinumeren Ozukum: "It was in January 2015 when the Executive Director of Eliezer Children Home approached our family to take the responsibility of the Eliezer Children Home. This was a call from god to me and my wife to start a ministry. At that time, I was in Germany and my wife was in India with our one month old son. We did not have any financial support and we were hardly surviving for ourselves. Practically, it was very difficult for our family to accept this responsibility, but we were very touched by the testimony of these children. Many of them went through torture, hunger and humiliation before they were brought to our home."


Tinumeren Ozukum is a student of Theology. He has finished his Bachelors and Masters of Theology from the Senate of Serampore University, India. At present he is doing PhD Study at the Friedrich Alexander University, Erlangen, Germany, since 2014.

He is married to Aosenla Imchen since December 2013, and they are blessed with a son, Moasunep Arlen Ozukum. Both he and his wife are committed theological graduates, and as a family they have an orphanage ministry, “Eliezer Children Home” in Dimapur, Nagaland, India.

After the completion of Bachelor of Theology, he served as a Youth Pastor at the Chuchuyimlang Baptist Church, Mokokchung district from 2005 to 2007. After his Master of Theology he taught for 3 years at the Master’s College of Theology, Vishakapatnam, under the Senate of Serampore University. Along with his academic and ministerial work he has contributed several articles published in books and journals. Some of his academic works are; “Life After Life: Biblical Implication”, in Holy Book Life After Life, (International Interfaith Conference 2013), “A Study of the Political Economy of Mass Media, Towards Media Education among the Churches in India”(Master’s College Theological Journal, July, 2013), “The Potential of New Media in Religion” in Creative Communication, edited, L. Imsutoshi Jamir, A. Temjen Jamir, C. Temjen Longkumer, (Mokokchung: CTC, 2014), “The Significance of Communication in Ekklesia” in Ekklesia: Indian Conversations, edited Samuel George, H. Joseph Lalfakmawia, Ajungla Jamir, (New Delhi: MCT & CWI, 2014).

Aosenla Imchen Ozukum:


Aosenla Imchen is a Director of Eliezer Children Home. She has finished her Bachelor of Arts from the St. Anthony’s College Shillong Meghalaya North East Hill University (NEHU), and Bachelor of Divinity and Masters of Theology from the Senate of Serampore University, India.

After the completion of Bachelor of Divinity she work as a Hostel Metron at the St. John Higher Secondary Residential School, Dimapur and after the Masters of Theology she work as Lecturer at Church on the Rock Theological College, Vishakhapatnam, India. During her studies and ministries she has contributed numbers of academic articles like, Beyond the Temple Structures: Theological Musings for the Post-Exilic Community: New Life Theological Journal, 2013 for New Life Biblical Seminary, Kerala, India. Personification of Wisdom in the Theology of Wisdom Literature at Journal for Church on the Rock Theological Seminary, 2013. Politicise Power Structure Vs. Democratic People’s Struggle: Resonating Responsibilities of the Church. (Co-presented at the Chennai Inter Theological Seminar, October 2012). Building Hope in Solidarity with the People (Gurukul Jyothi, 2012 College Magazine for Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute). Drops of Justice and Peace (Gurukul Jyothi, 2013 College Magazine for Gurukul Lutheran Theological College and Research Institute)