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Recent Prayer Requests
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Hello, I am a college student in Chicago, and I just want to ask if you could be praying for my friend, Bronson, please? I am confident that God has been telling me to pray for him since last summer – I am sure of it. My heart hurts so badly for him that if I take time to meditate on it and churn it over in my mind, it makes me literally sick. I’m just begging God to intervene … Continue reading →
That God will be at her side during this difficult time of Paul’s death.
Hi! Bros. & Sisters -in-Christ, Greetings in the name of Jesus! My name is Grace Thompson. My husband and I will be visiting Chiang Mai from the 12th February – 16 February 2013 for the first time. The thought of visiting Chiang Mai pops up in my mind recent months ago and up till now I still do not clearly know why Chiang Mai seemed to appear in my kind so much thus we feel the need to take a … Continue reading →
Pray Samollay’s health as she is teaching at Lahu Literacy Workshop at Maesai. Pray for participants.
1. For Mr. Somboon who is going to study in India for his final year of Theology. Also pray for Yohan and Salome who will come to study in Chiang Dao for one of the seminars that teaches English as media. 2. Our original plan for our China trip for follow up literacy workshop is in September, but due to my wife’s pregnancy we are planning to go on that trip sooner. Pray that God will provide all that we … Continue reading →
There will be the LCCC staff and BLT student gathering from April 9-13, 2012 at the village of Pa neh, it is located just 25 km from Tachileck (opposite of Maesai ). There will be 30 couples are expected to join and pray for safety travel. We will more focus on the word of God, pray and fellowship and also spent time with theirs spouses.
Recent News Updates
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[Home of the Swallow - mother and baby home] On Friday, we welcomed a new mother and baby into our home. Unfortunately for our new Mom, the road she has traveled has been less than ideal. She is only 17 years old and has a 1 year old girl. She has just been released from juvenile detention for drugs charges and has a history of being involved in gangs notorious for drug trafficking, human trafficking, crime, and prostitution. We ask you to … Continue reading →
[Home of the Swallow - mother and baby home] We have been blessed by P’Ae and the PHJ [PH Japan] organization that has helped 2 of our special needs children. Somchai attends our Nursery and his parents are very poor as they work on construction sites and earn as little as $7 per day for their work as they are from the Thai Yai Hilltribe. Eh also has had problems with bone formation since he was born to Mom Song, … Continue reading →
[Home of the Swallow - mother and baby home] We want to again thank jT/ASH (Thai-Japan Association of Supporting Health and Welfare) for their generous hearts in supporting Home of the Swallow. We are thankful to receive a donation of rice, Piegeon baby bottles and baby wipes. We look forward to your visit again next month. .
As time dwindles down at The Life Center, we have decided that this last week will be a fun week. Starting the week off at the Taemekerlah KBC meetinghall, we picked up trash as well as helped to cook food for other workers. On Tuesday we decided to go fishing! Karen style, upon reaching out destination in the woods we found a half dried creek filled with tadpoles, bugs and small fish! We fished all day and in the early … Continue reading →
As the students prepared for our annual evangelism outing you could see the excitement in their eyes. During their time at The Life Center, students learn how to the basics about the bible, as well as how to play the guitar, sing songs, and share the word of God with others. This would be their first time traveling to another village and sharing the word of God with people they did not know. The Village that was chosen was Busajoe, … Continue reading →
As 4000 excited Karen people descended on Teameklerah Village this past week, Tatupa and his students quickly helped prepare for the visit. Tatupa was put in charge by the Karen Baptist convention of designing the meeting area that those participating could come to sit and enjoy the conference. Government officials as well as many local community leaders came to the conference, it was exciting to see so many Karen people from all over the country come and participate in a … Continue reading →
Spring Semester in Thailand students had an opportunity to visit Witoon in Bala Village this past month. 29 students 2 helpers and 3 translators Mike and Ann Leming (Directors) traveled to the village on the 22nd of march and stayed until the 30th. Students in the 2012 SST group planted 500 banana tree’s alongside farmers. This year students worked hard to plant 1009 Banana tree’s with local farmers in our banana group. The students had the opportunity not only to … Continue reading →
For the second year in a row, our friends from Yamagata Prefecture Japan have volunteered their time to come and join Witoon in Sustainable Agriculture Project. Whether working in the field or spending time in the village our volunteers had a chance to interact and build relationships with the local people. In the field our volunteers worked to create a dam from water slowly streaming down from the mountaintops. As most of the land has been burned and destroyed by … Continue reading →