Sister Ploy recently wrote…
“The Covid-19 situation is getting better now. The lockdown is already reduced. We can go out of our houses and do some activities, but we still can’t join a group that has more than 10 people. We have to wear masks in public. We can travel across provinces but not out of our country.
The Soup of Love can’t be done yet because it’s dangerous in case we become “the super spreaders” of Covid-19 unwittingly.
We are going to have a Leadership Meeting on this Friday at CMN. It’s our first time after the lockdown too. We are going to open the church next month. Please pray for us.
The university is open now, but we will start our term with students in the schools on the 1st of July.
Maeo is fine now. The shingles have disappeared. Thank you for your prayers.”
Christian Mission hosted the first Leadership Prayer meeting of the Christ For All People Church Association on Sunday 26 June with representatives of all member churches in attendance.
Those attending got the “full treatment” set down for Coivid-19 and each church got what looks like hand sanitiser to take away!!
Everyone present enjoyed a great looking, typical Thai meal supplied by Christian Mission!! Yummy!! 😊
Later in the day, the CMN leaders ventured out into their village – Ban Naratchakwai – to deliver food parcels to two needy people.
About a month earlier, on 29 May, they had visited two needy folk in Ban Kham Pok (Ploy’s and Parn’s home village) to give them the monthly food parcels.
Please continue to pray for Sister Maeo, Pastor Boontaa and the seven girls in the Leadership Team as they begin Sunday services and its associated activities for the children and young people, including tutoring in the English language.
Rear row from left – Ploy, Pastor Boontaa, Dtee (driver), Maeo and Parn. Front row from left – Lita, Kaopun, Job, Guitar and GungGing. Pray especially for for Ploy who leads the team of young ladies.
Thank the Lord for the time and effort they put into planning and supervising every aspect of the ministry, including the English lessons.
Ask the Lord to help the girls balance their service for Him with their studies at High School and University.