Mission Insights

We are excited to share the stories of our Burmese brothers and sisters in Christ. This blog also explores different mission topics in a fresh and relevant way.

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Sai May Lin

Sai May Lin (name has been changed) Life was a struggle but manageable. Her husband could usually find work in the patty fields or as a gardener...

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Mu Nwe

Mu Nwe (name has been changed) Three girls, three daughters, three sisters– close in ages, close in interests, close in relationships. She...

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Lian Htang

Lian Htang (name has been changed) He is in the middle of six siblings situated in an ordinary Myanmar family contending with a multitude of...

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Ko Oo

Ko Oo (name has been changed) A couple of friends were walking to work in Myanmar. That day, they were running late so they decided to take a...

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Ezara Htun

Ezara Htun (name has been changed) From sunrise to sunset, he labors in the quarry. It is crippling him but, with no education, options are...

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Kyay Sandar

Kyay Sandar (name has been changed) She had been a Buddhist her entire life of 39 years. But she had a curiosity about Christianity resulting from...

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Kham Say Tin

Kham Say Tin (name has been changed) Their village was under an unexpected attack. Friends, neighbors, relatives were scrambling for the cover of...

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Myo Htoo

Myo Htoo (name has been changed) As high school football players go, he was small although well-built with a heat-seeking, hitting mentality which...

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Aung Kyui and Paw Po Gey

Aung Kyui and Paw Po Gey (names has been changed) They heard through the Karen refugee community grapevine that a certain professional accountant...

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Win Yaw Thang

Win Yaw Thang’s story (name has been changed) Imagine the fear going through Win Yaw Thang’s mind as he was handcuffed, placed in an Austin police...

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Would you go to prison for sharing the Gospel this Christmas?
Would you go to prison for sharing the Gospel this Christmas?

Imagine a Burmese pastor handcuffed and beaten and paraded through a muddy Buddhist village. His crime? Sharing the Gospel with the local people...

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10 Reasons You’re My Hero
10 Reasons You’re My Hero

Thanksgiving is just a few days away and I was thinking about all the reasons I’m thankful for you this year. Our mission is to encourage, equip...

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A Trip to the Hospital
A Trip to the Hospital

Early one Monday morning in 2004, our housekeeper’s husband knocked on the door and told us the night before she had suffered a heart attack. She...

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Money Changers in Myanmar

I wrote this in 2004 when our family lived in Myanmar… Money changers are an indispensable evil in Myanmar. The official bank change rate...

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Language Learning in Myanmar

One Friday afternoon, I traveled downtown Yangon to purchase an electronic adapter. Weaving through the throng of sweaty shoppers, sidewalk...

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