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From Church to Family to School: A Chain Reaction in Southeast Asia

By Staff, Oct 4, 2018

At a church plant in Southeast Asia, a relative of one of the church members was having bad dreams. A church member shared with the woman the peace she could have if she turned to Christ. She eagerly accepted this good news and became a Christian. 

Right away the woman’s husband noticed the change in her life. The following week he too became a Christian. He is the school district superintendent for a district to the north. Because of his newfound faith and connection to this church plant, the MTW team was able to hold an English camp at one of his schools and allowed to share openly about Christ at the school. 

God’s ways are infinitely creative. Your gifts to MTW enable missionaries to plant churches and build relationships that lead to new life in faith and new doors for the gospel. Thank you for your faithful support of the missionaries and ministries of Mission to the World.

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