Work is about to begin on the new studio and office for the Love for Asia foundation in Thailand! The Love for Asia team gathered on Wednesday, March 24, to hold the official groundbreaking ceremony and sign the contract with the builder to begin construction. This studio will allow the ministry to increase its efforts to produce much-needed Christian media for the Thai and other people groups living in Thailand.

The local church pastor and area missionaries joined in the celebration along with friends Ian and Buaket and the orphans they care for. Ian and Buaket were convicted several years ago to give this land to Love for Asia to help grow their media ministry and give them a place to build a permanent office. When the extensive paperwork was finished, God confirmed this gift with the miracle of the Lam Yai trees. You can watch Ian share the story in the video below.

Sitisak “Gop” Thyatira, the Assistant Director of Love for Asia, Shared his gratitude on behalf of the Love for Asia team, “I’d like to pass my thanks to the donors and all people of faith who’ve been praying for us and our ministry in this part of the globe. Your prayers have been heard, your faith has planted seeds, and as a result we were able to break ground for this project! May you keep us in your prayers, so that these seeds of faith will constantly receive rain from the Lord to help the root break through the deepest ground, and the tree grow high until it produces sweet fruits for the nation and many souls will be saved!”

See more photos from the groundbreaking, along with a couple of short videos below.

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Daniel Bair, the Director of Love for Asia, and the builder sign the contract to begin construction!
The property for the new studio, with the land cleared, leveled, and ready for building.
Love for Asia Studio and Office Groundbreaking
Hear Ian, one of the land donors, tell the miracle of the Lam Yai trees.