Sister Ploy has recently forwarded the following update of their activities.
CHRISTIAN MISSION NARATCHAKWAI, THAILAND
March 02, 2021
Greetings from Thailand,
We would like to tell you about Christian Mission Naratchakwai’s activities. We hope everybody will be interested.
The church is getting bigger, more children are coming to the church. We have to protect ourselves from Covid-19, so we have an infrared thermometer, some hand sanitizers and some masks for using in the church.
Now we would like to thank God for everything that he blesses us with:
1. Thank you for your prayers about Maeo’s health, she is very well now. Sometimes she is easily tired. Thank you but please keep praying for her.
2. Thank you for your prayers about Boontaa’s family. They are fine and Bow can come to the service every Sunday. Boontaa decided to come to the church on Saturday to practice worship songs and instruments with Dtee, Noi and our team.
3. Noi, who is Maeo’s brother is getting better. He has come back to God and is strong enough to enter the service on Sundays. He spends his daily life with taking care of himself, reading and listening to God’s story and playing the guitar, especially worship songs. Last week he gave a special song that he and Dtee wrote 10 years ago. Thank you, God, for the beautiful song. And thank you Dtee for buying a drum set and using it in the church. We gathered the musicians in the church and established a worship band. Last Sunday was the first day that showed their spirit to everyone. Thank you God.
4. Our church went out to visit old people in Naratchakwai village and gave food to some seniors. We plan to give Soup of Love twice in March to compensate for January when we stopped during Covid-19. We have changed the way to give Soup to people by packing into plastic hot bags because it is safer than the old way at this time, as people are worried about Covid-19.
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We hope you enjoy reading our update.
God bless you.
Ploy, for Christian Mission Naratchakwai, Thailand.