Pastor T recently visited several areas within his country, ministering to unreached groups and groups visited in the past in those areas. His first reports on his trip, in two parts, read as follows…
“I, my wife H and youngest son M (names withheld) returned to Yangon yesterday safely. We spent 30 days for Chin State and Sagaing division. We adopted two new Orphans this time. We preached the gospel to thousands of people and many cows and many pigs were killed for eating fellowship. I will send about it later with pictures. All of my Children (under 10 grade) passed their final exam. The School re-open is coming May (after 15 May) so all orphanages will need your prayer and help for School uniform, school fee, admission fee, books, pens and bags.
Thank you so much for your sending gift, your love and looking care to us.”
“When we were in Chin State, we involved in some ways,
- Evangelistic rally (4 places )
- Children Education (1 place under Middle School)
- Older prayer group (on the mountain)
- Sport games. (1 place)
God open the heart of people and welcome us and the gospel warmly. The whole villagers (all Churches) welcome us and joined the services. Many persons shared their testimonies, giving thanks during service and after service.
God is good and faithful on His people all the times. I hope You will know our difficulties (car and motor cycle)
I will send you Delta report and Sagaing Division later.
God bless you richly.
Please praise the LORD with Pastor T and thank Him for men like T who are prepared to go well outside their “comfort zone” – if you can call their “normal” situation a “comfort zone” – to share the blessings of their faith with those who have never heard the Gospel.
Please continue to pray for all the workers of the Advent Christian Conference of Myanmar, and especially for the 125 plus orphans they are caring for.
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