BIM: More than halfway to doubling missionaries amid mission ‘renaissance’

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  1. Pamela Gohil says:

    I feel that training and supporting local native pastors could expand this renaissance faster and more effectively. Chin Lak Aung in Yangon needs funds to travel to his home state of Chin State. He has plans to lead in training other pastors there in early March. Then they plan to reach 15 villages. Contact his about his plans and the help he needs. People in Chin State are waiting for him. Please pray for him and send some support

    1. Richard says:

      Supporting local native missionaries is very important and fully in step with the mission work of apostle Paul’s model. Our American missionaries are great in starting the mission and providing education and witness. Natives know the culture and the needs. There also may be an economic factor for more local missionaries that can be supported for the same amount of contributions. Telling the congregations about Mission experiences by missionaries on furlough also engages the sponsoring congregations more vividly.