We praise the Lord for the privilege of serving Him in Yangon, Myanmar. Since our arrival to the field in 2011, the Lord has shown us marvelous things, both in our lives and ministry. In Myanmar context, teamwork seems to be very effective, and as a result, we team up with three other godly men in the ministry: Dr. Neng Thang (a veteran BWM missionary) serves as the senior pastor; Mr. En Khan Kham (a graduate of Bob Jones University) serves as an associate pastor; Mr. Do Lam Sum (a graduate of Bob Jones University) serves as our youth pastor; and I serve as the assistant pastor of Grace Baptist Church. Through our team effort, the Lord has allowed us to lead as many as 600 souls to Christ during since our arrival in 2011; also, the Lord enabled us to plant three new churches through our seminary graduates. Since 2013, I have been serving as the president of Grace Baptist Theological College and Seminary, a ministry of our church. We are pleased with the fact that over 90% of our graduates are actively involved in a variety of ministries throughout our country. Through our graduates, well over 50 Bible-believing churches have been planted throughout Myanmar. Currently, we are raising funds for our Bible school. Moreover, I will also serve as an adjunct Bible translation consultant of Bibles International. We also offer a Truth and Freedom Correspondence course, and over 500 people have enrolled in this course.
Myanmar is mainly composed of Buddhists. Everything they do is somehow related to their beliefs. They are very strong in Buddhism but the Gospel of Christ is powerful to break their hearts. We consider it a privilege to be witnesses for Christ among the pagodas.