Two of the leaders of the organisations which are members of the Advent Christian Conference of Myanmar have sent us the following information, asking for prayer to know God’s will and for the Lord’s provision of funds that are needed.
Pastor D, leader of Fellowship Mission Network (formerly Fellowship Bible Ministries) has written seeking our prayers for wisdom and for their ability to fulfil their vision and goals and 2023. He wrote…
“Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ from Myanmar.
Thank you so much for your love and faithful support for our ministries during 2022. God is so good and faithful for 2022 and we trust HIM and believe HIM for the new year of 2023 to success and achieve for our ministry our vision and goal for to reach more people in Christ and bring more
people to Christ from the spiritual darkness.
Without your prayer and support we could not achieve our ministries vision and goals. We need your help possible ways to achieve and success our vision and goals;
This is our vision and goals to achieve for 2023.
- To sending and plant 10 new churches to unreached area in Myanmar
- To distribute 1000 bible to new believers
- To build 2 home/churches for two church planters, Naga area and Hlaingtayar
- To distribute rice to 5000 people who are needy for helping, during political situation problem here in our country.
- Helping for more orphan children
- Two motorcycle for ministry and church planting
- One computer for [Bible College] staff
Thank you so much for your praying and consider for to fulfill the great commission of Jesus Christ here in Myanmar.
In His Service,
We sought details of what the costs of their goals would be, and Pastor D advised as follows…
- A church planter needs about NZ$297 (US$200) per month for family living costs.
- The cost for one home/church is NZ$15,550 (US$9,750) and the other one will cost NZ$31,560 (US$19,800).
- The cost of a Bible is about NZ$12.75 (US$8.00)
- A large bag of rice (see picture below) costs about NZ$80 (US$50)
- It costs about NZ$72 (US$45) per month for an orphan’s food, clothes, school supplies and health costs.
- A motorcycle costs about NZ$2,400 (US$1,500)
- A computer costs about NZ$1,600 (US$1,000)
Please pray with Pastor D and his team, that God will open the way for them to meet their aspirations to bring light – the Light of the World - into the darkness which there is presently in their country. If you feel you can help financially, please contact our treasurer – details elsewhere on the website.
Pastor D sent some pictures of the food distributions they did during 2022 -see below…
Pastor K, leader of Gospel for Myanmar wrote as follows…
“Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We the ACCM leaders and members also continually pray for you and your ministries.
The mission works here in Myanmar also going well as you pray for us. I and my family also very much appreciate and thankful for your love and support. This is my humble prayer request for generator or solar power. Our country’s electric power system becomes a rotation system four hours apart. Therefore, I humbly and sincerely would like to request your prayer for these urgent needs. Our children will have their final examination next month (February).
Concerning our Bible School, coming Saturday (01/16/2023) we will have farewell and it will be closed, and it will be started again in June the second week. Thank you very much for your prayers and your financial support. May our Lord continue to bless you abundantly in your ministries. Again, I would like to say "Thank You" to all the donors who are with you in your ACMissioNZ in New Zealand.
Yours sincerely in Christ,
K & E”
A suitable petrol-driven generator to assist with their electricity needs costs Myanmar kyats, which is about NZ$760
He sent these pictures of the results of the power cuts…
Pastor K also wrote to seek our prayers for God’s guidance and wisdom as they are considering developing a home and facilities for their Salem Campus to include a home for his family and for the orphan children they care for, together with facilities for their Bible School. All of their activities are presently carried out in an expensive, rented property.
They recently visited the property and prayed on the site about their plan and would appreciate our supporting prayers for the project also. They plan to fence the property, which is 100 feet by 60 feet (30.5m X 18.25m) this month (January) and once this is done, they will dig a well.
Pastor K was very proud to send details of the achievements at school of one of the orphan children he and his wife have cared for many years. He wrote…
“Yahar was honored by her School with this achievement letter. She was not able to get the first prize, but she is one of the best in her school. She is one of our children in Salem Family Home.”