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Young Missionary Training
In the mission field knowing how to ride a motorbike is often a basic life skill, like knowing how to swim or drive a car. Several of our missionaries do most of their daily travel on motorbikes. We have some young people here in America that aspire to join them some day and we believe it would be safer to teach them here in controlled conditions before they get out there. This will enable them to a) be accepted by the missionaries and b) not be a hindrance to their work when they join them.
We would like to buy 3 used off-road motorbikes and a trailer to haul them. These can be sold when no longer needed and the funds put back into the work.
Love for Asia Foundation – Thailand
Love for Asia Foundation is Jesus for Asia’s organizational presence in Thailand that provides the legal means for our missionaries to stay and work in the country. God raised up this foundation at just the time that it was needed, otherwise many missionaries and their families would have had to return home.
Sukhotai Project – Norton Family
There are hundreds of cities and towns in Asia where there is no Adventist congregation, not even a believing member. The Norton family is preparing to step into a place like this in Thailand. Their first stop is projected to be Chiang Mai for language study before moving on to Sukhothai to bring the living gospel to the precious people of that place.
Cambodia Education – Miranda
Miranda Lundby is pursuing her Master’s degree in Education with the goal of building the first Seventh-day Adventist boarding academy in Cambodia! Many young people in Cambodia leave the church in their high school years because they have no Adventist school to attend. This fund helps support Miranda as she studies and labors to make this dream a reality.
Sowing in Thailand
Jim and Irene Hill moved to Bangkok in Feb 2019. Recently the Thailand Adventist Mission (TAM) has asked Jim to start an agriculture program to produce food and develop a student work program for Mae Lako Christian School on the western border. Their current need is for $500 per month to subsidize the required “salary” from the TAM to comply with visa requirements. Money donated for this will ultimately be applied to school and student needs at Mae Lako. God bless you!