8/2018 Newsletter

Ministry Update August 2018 August 2018 Dear Christian Brothers and Sisters, This has been a very challenging season in our country and in our ministry. The monsoon rains came a month early this year and have been extremely heavy.  Because of all the standing water, many mosquitos breed and people get sick due...
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Aye Aye

AyeAye
Aye Aye arrived first at Yangon orphanage six years ago.  She came from a very poor family. She has both parents but her father is a disabled man and could not work, and her mother is working hard to feed the whole family. One of the local preachers there asked if we would...
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Jung Byaw

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Jung Byaw is located west of Yangon in the state of Ayeyarwady which is in the delta region of Myanmar. This is an area that was virtually unreached by the gospel, until a few years ago.  Judah Tangshing had visited this area bringing disaster relief after a tsunami devastated the region. He then...
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Gay Gee

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The story of Gay Gee is so encouraging! As a young child from a very poor family in Myanmar, his future prospects seems very dim. Had he not made it to Judah’s orphanage in Yangon, his options would most likely have been: being left at a Buddhist monastery to be raised as a...
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1/2018 Newsletter

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Ministry Update January 2018 January 2018 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Greetings in this season of our Savior Jesus’ birth and in the New Year! May you have a wonderful peace brought from our Heavenly Father. Church and Outreach I traveled with a team from Wireless Church to several areas of Myanmar...
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Mao Aung

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Myo Aung is a tenacious young man who came to the Yangon Orphanage in 2013 to seek an education and a chance at having a better life. He left his mother and 5 sibling in their small village in northern Myanmar and traveled over 950 miles, some on foot, in order to reach…

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Mai Ruth

Mai Ruth

Mai Ruth was 5 when her father died and her mother and siblings fell into great poverty. Mai Ruth longed to be able to attend school and get an education, but was not able to. Through a series of divine appointments, Mai Ruth came to live at the Yangon Orphanage where she thrived…

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10/2017 Newsletter

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Thank you very much for your continued support and prayers. May the Lord’s blessings and peace and protection be always with you. Love Judah and Khaw Judah’s Family Please pray for my family. Our youngest son Samuel’s eye was badly injured in an accident at school. Jonathan is doing well and wants to…

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University Graduate

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When Chan Chan was young her parents both died from tuberculosis which is how she came to our Yangon orphanage.  Two years later we let her get a test and she was found to be positive with tuberculosis too.  After taking medicine for six months, by God’s grace, her tuberculosis was completely healed. …

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Aung San Suu Kyi visits Thailand

Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi left Myanmar for the first time in 24 years Tuesday when she took a surprise visit to Thailand. To see photos and read more please follow the link below. http://blog.instagram.com/post/24072502970/daw-aung-san-suu-kyi-visits-thailand

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