A Newsletter from Good News For The Shan Ministry, working among people groups from Myanmar.
There is a lot that we could have included in this newsletter, but we have chosen to just include certain highlights, testimonies and a short summary, such as: More than 40 people have been baptized in our ministry during the last two years (and that is not an exaggeration). We post more stories, updates and photos on our Facebook Page, so feel free to like it!
Towards the end of the newsletter, we will also mention a couple of important things about financial support, such as: You are involved, or can be involved, in what God is doing out here in South East Asia, even if it is only by small amounts or in prayer!
Newsletter from the project Good News for the Shan, working among the Shan and other people groups from Myanmar
Here are our newsletter for April, and a lot has happened in the last few months out here in South East Asia. We are in the hottest season in South East Asia now, where the temperature can be around 40 degrees Celsius, and we stay a lot indoors during the heat of the day.
In this newsletter I will write about: A new miracle, we have had visits from two teams, the baptism of Pi Wii, he was the one who has been healed and more children at our Saturday school, we count almost 80 children now.
Here comes our first newsletter of the year out here in Northern Thailand. It’s cold here as in Europe too, with temperatures down to the freezing point and frost in the mountains around us, but during daytime the temperature is comfortable with about 25 degrees Celsius. This is the best time of year in Northern Thailand.
We had an exciting Christmas party and a start of the New Year. We have been busy after New Year too, and we have seen more people become Christians and we had our first baptism of the year last week. We have also reached over 16,000 people with the Christmas message. Read more about it in this newsletter!
Newsletter from the Ministry: Good News for the Shan We are working in Northern Thailand among the Shan people and other people groups from Myanmar
We are still waiting for some colder weather here in Northern Thailand. We are in tropical regions, but it can still be relatively cold here around Christmas. The temperature in the north can drop to 8 degrees Celsius in the morning and there can be frost in the mountains around us. Because it’s a little colder, we often get a bit of a Christmas feeling around Christmas anyway, even if it’s not snowy.
We will mention several things in this newsletter, but two highlights are the story of Pi Wii who has been miraculously healed and the woman with an illness who got an experience of God’s love.
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Newsletter from the ministry Good News for the Shan in Northern Thailand, working among the Shan people from Myanmar.
Here comes a summer newsletter from us out here in northern Thailand. While summer has come to Europe and in the west, the summer holidays are over here in Thailand and we are at the beginning of the rainy season. It can be both hot and quite annoyingly humid some days out here.
This will be a relatively short newsletter that will be about: Starting up our Saturday school in our ministry with almost 60 children, and some about our new Christians.
Feel free to follow us on our Facebook Page where we post photos and short updates almost every week.
Also watch a short video from the ministry at the bottom of this email!