Monday, 25 June 2012 00:00
A Letter from a Burmese Church Planter:
I am serving as a Church Planter in Irrawaddy Division. The village is about 600 (home) or family. No Christian family is there when I start. Now four families became Christian and we worship on Sunday.
On Sunday about 30 children are attending Sunday school and 10 people worship in the Sunday worship. Some of the unbelievers came and study also and taste the goodness of God.
Especially on Saturday I spend time with the Lord. The other 5 days I share the gospel and have fellowship with the people.
Now on May 1, 2012 the storm hit the village 10 houses collapse and a lot of plantation are destroy. I am one of the houses that collapse God don't want me to live in the old house now I got a new house.
The new house is in the village so I can share the good news with my neighbors.
The new house is not finished yet, we are still building. I can have a privilege with new people. By the Grace of God on May 23, 2012, when I teach the children. About 90 children and 20 adults are attending. This is what God is doing. When I teach them I have a privilege to share the Gospel. All these children and adults are God sending to me. Now from the lips of the children we can hear worship and praising songs.
During evening time the children praising and dancing the songs that I teach them. They are carrying the Gospel to that village. To God be the glory.
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