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Rural Outreach in South–East Asia

Lives are being transformed in South–East Asia!

Our partners in South–East Asia continue their efforts to reach rural areas where very few know Christ. Lately, outreach teams have been visiting new areas, sharing the gospel and giving out Bibles.

The team recently shared that several members of a Khmu tribe came to faith, with two being baptised in the muddy river. The team were especially encouraged by the conversion of an entire family, with two parents, two grandparents and five children all coming to faith. More baptisms took place after a special outreach for young people high in the mountains. Due to security concerns, the young believers had to be baptised at night.


The team also met a woman called Sama, whose name has been changed for security. Now 35 years of age, she was sold into prostitution when she was just 14 years old for the equivalent of around £170. She subsequently contracted AIDS and was recently diagnosed with liver cancer. Wonderfully, as the team have built a relationship with her and shared the gospel, Sama has come to faith in Jesus. 

She recently underwent an operation to have a tumour removed and is recovering. She is just one of many such women that the team is helping turn from darkness to God’s glorious light. Pray for Sama to continue recovering well, and for many other women like her being reached by our partners.

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