Discipleship and Training that Heals Families
Reach Burmese refugees with gospel discipleship and training that heals
Weitun is a passionate evangelist to the community of Mae Kasa north of Maesot on the Thai/Burma border. We will equip him to sustain and accelerate the ministry and passion God has given him by hiring him as a Family Education trainer launching our transformative family classes in this new area. This will both empower and deepen his engagement with Buddhist families here and open massive doors to his passionate proclamation of the Gospel. With your help he will be able to feed his own family by maintaining constant directed engagement with the community rather than sustaining his family by breaking his back in the farm fields. This will both extend his “service life” as a father and husband as well as a minister and will greatly accelerate his Gospel passion already in motion for more than 10 years of struggle.
We are looking forward to a tremendous impact of the Gospel among people who have learned to be afraid of Jesus and a tremendous impact in the health of families who are stuck in broken cycles of abuse and fear and taboo.
Left to right: Weitun (evangelist, soon to be Family Education Trainer), Aaron Blue (CEO The Charis Project), Yae Yint Thu (evangelist, leader of The Charis Project indigenous discipleship/church planting effort)