People Are Getting Saved in Myanmar

2022-06-01T13:49:28+02:00March 3rd, 2022|Categories: Evangelism, Myanmar, Stories from the field|

The Situation in Myanmar is Worsening Myanmar is the largest nation in mainland Southeast Asia with a population of over 54 million. Seventy-eight percent of people practise Buddhism, the country’s largest religion.1 Around 8% of the nation is Christian and, sadly, this small group is becoming more persecuted. According to Open Doors’ recently released 2022

Prayers for Myanmar in the midst of a Double Crisis

2021-09-07T16:20:05+02:00August 17th, 2021|Categories: Myanmar, Pastoral Training, Prayer, Southeast Asia, Stories from the field|

Myanmar Under Immense Strain The Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar (formerly Burma) has been under oppressive military rule since February 2021. According to the Burmese advocacy group Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, over 6,000 peaceful opposers, politicians, medics and journalists have been detained since the coup and over 900 have been killed. Including dozens of

2020: Global Pandemic or Revival?

2022-02-23T14:47:50+02:00November 3rd, 2020|Categories: Covid-19, Evangelism, Myanmar, Southeast Asia, Stories from the field|

This has been both a strange and interesting year. No one could have predicted that a global pandemic would hit and affect us all in such a severe way. The majority of the world’s countries experienced national lockdowns and are now facing economic crises. Third World countries are suffering the most. Despite all of this,

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