Pastor D’s organisation Fellowship Bible Ministries, cares for 97 orphan or disadvantaged children in several locations in Yangon and is in the process of relocating to a central location which the Lord graciously provided a couple of years ago. They also have a Bible college - Myanmar Bible College, a residential college which normally has about 30 students from various parts of Myanmar. They also have a number of church planters in parts of Yangon and other parts of the country.
Pastor D has recently sent details of two of their church planters, asking that we pray regularly for them and their families and their ministries, and asking that we pray that the Lord will meet their needs for support for their families’ daily living needs and for the provision of motorcycles for transport for them.
KP is one of the church planters and he is serving the Lord in Dalah township on the southern banks of the Yangon River, in a strongly Buddhist area. He has served faithfully there for many years. His needs are a motorcycle and regular monthly support. Monthly support is the equivalent of NZ$215 for his family and daily expenses.
Another church planter is AMS who is serving the Lord in the Baku division. He is serving the Lord faithfully in a strongly Buddhist area. He is Burmese and received Jesus Christ as his Saviour and Lord because of the ministry of another of their church planters, Ohn T. His main need is for regular support for his family’s daily needs - monthly support is the equivalent of NZ$215.
Please pray regularly for these two brothers and their families, asking the Lord to meet their daily needs.
The relocation of Fellowship Bible Ministries’ base and activities to a new, single location is progressing slowly – their major needs are the completion of the electrical system, a bore well for water supply and a septic tank system. The cost for setting up the electricity supply and reticulation throughout the new children’s home complex and the Bible college is 16.3 million Myanmar kyats – NZ$13,150!!
Please pray that these needs may soon be met.