We recently received the following report and photographs from LMI’s ministry partner in Myanmar, Dr T. Seldom will you come across an update which inspires such thankfulness to God for His amazing grace, while simultaneously reminding us of the evil and peril present in this world.

As you read the report below, we would ask you to join with Dr T and the people of Myanmar in prayer.

If you would like to make a donation to support Dr T and his ministry efforts, you can do so using the following link: https://www.lmi-org.net/support-myanmar-ministry-project

"Dear Prayer Partners for the Myanmar Ministry,

I wanted to update you on our activities the last month in service of the ministry. Despite the challenging circumstances of a severe civil war, I am reminded of Paul’s encouragement to Timothy, “Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine,” (2 Timothy 4:2). It might seem like an unfavorable time for ministry, but we felt compelled not to remain silent. We actively sought and created opportunities to engage in God’s Word ministry.


Several pastors and missionaries recently stayed at our Retreat Center for a month. They traveled from the North, near the China Border, which took them two days and two nights by bus to reach Yangon. During their month-long training, I had the privilege of teaching them about “Evangelism and Mission” in March for a full five days. It was a joyful experience for me. I focused on the importance of “The Holy Spirit in the Ministry.”


We hosted a five-day youth camp at our Bible College facility. We are grateful to the Lord that 68 young individuals participated and stayed at the camp for the entirety of five days. It was truly a remarkable blessing to witness these young souls delve into the teachings from the book of Daniel. The camp's theme, ‘Dare to be Different,’ resonated deeply with all attendees, making it a profoundly impactful ministry event. Each of these young individuals dedicated their lives to the service of the Lord, marking a significant moment in their spiritual journeys.

Many of them have been born again before the camp, but we praise the Lord that six of them confessed that they accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior and Lord during this Camp.


A civil war rages across the country, leaving houses in ruins and civilians fleeing to the safety of forests and neighboring countries like Thailand, India, Malaysia, and Singapore. Due to the conscription law, numerous young people have left the country seeking refuge elsewhere. Three of our missionaries, along with their families, have also departed from their mission field, seeking safety among the many refugees. Despite the turmoil, these missionaries continue their evangelistic efforts, holding meetings among the refugee population.


Because of the war, people left their homes and fled to the forest, some volunteers did teach school lessons to the children according to grade basis. In March, students in the forest did their final examination. This happened in the Chin States. Most of the children are Christians and teachers are also Christians.


Every day, young people in Myanmar are being arrested based on conscription and forced into military training. Tragically, some have even resorted to suicide rather than facing arrest. The current situation in Myanmar is a living hell.

We humbly request your ongoing prayers during these trying times.

Yours in His vineyard,

Dr T"


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