New Prai believers are growing in faith and service to one another.
Norman and Bobby Murphy continue the work God has set aside for them in South East Asia. Each day is another adventure.
Activity and excitement are building in the community where Dave and Fran Jordan work.
Richard and Wendy Rees are working in the Karen community to physically help people in hopes of opening doors spiritually.
Prai funerals focus on keeping the spirit of the deceased satisfied, but believers chose to reflect their faith in Christ.
Prai believers gathered recently for teaching, fellowship and encouragement.
Lawa and Prai believers are making disciples among the Prai people.
Nok and Nute will help people learn to read and write, and lead preschool.
Learning cultural taboos is important preparation as Ric and Sharon Bruce get ready for ministry.
Mark and Joanne Hunters' neighbors think the house next door is home to more than 20 spirits.
Jared and Jess Young thank God for His goodness after a major storm and blackout.
Jared and Jessica Young and their two children have moved to Thailand.
Believers among the Prai people are finding opportunities to share God's Word.
Leigh and Lea Betts are thankful that their Pwo Karen friends are willing to talk with them about their culture, including topics they may not think about much.
Sin to the Pwo Karens is not the same as sin in the Bible
Retired missionaries help out as they pay a visit to family and to the church they planted.
Karen mothers often perform spirit ceremonies to keep their babies from crying.