Dear Friends, We thank the Lord for another safe and productive week here on the mission field in Thailand. The COVID numbers are again rising and so the mission has not been able to be open yet. Each of the members has gone out to witness in their areas with two to three together and we have been able to continue to pass out tracts and win souls. This week there were 243 souls saved and 49,220 tracts passed out. We thank you all for your faithful prayers and support for the work here in Thailand. Please continue to pray that the COVID numbers will go down and that we would be able to open the mission back up for church. Please also pray for the health of sister Pan who has been in the hospital this week. We also are grateful for another donation given so we could purchase a new motor bike for Br.Athit to travel to and around a new outreach ministry. We are praying that all will go well and we will be able to open Moung Kong baptist our new church by the end of the month.-
Dear Friends, This week we thank the Lord for the opportunity to once again go out soul winning. Our area still has high cases of COVID but we have been able to go out and pass out tracts in some areas. We do what we can and leave the rest to the Lord. The mission is closed off to visitors and on Saturday’s we are teaching the children for an hour to supplement the hours missed at school. This week the Lord allowed us to pass out 46,715 tracts and see 142 souls saved. We thank you all for your faithful prayers and support for the ministry here in Thailand. Please keep us in your prayers as we try to do our best with the partial lockdown. Please pray for the church members that they will stay faithful to Bible reading and praying. Please also pray for safety as we go out to reach more souls for Christ.
-Mrs. Srichand Horn And Nongloam Baptist Ministries
Dear Friends, We would like to wish all of you in the States a Happy Independence Day. This week in Thailand has been very busy with traveling. We first were able to travel up north to ChiangRai. Afterward, we traveled south to then go to Nakonswan for the wedding of Pastor Sehmish’s son Curtis. We then returned home for the wedding of sister Pan’s daughter, Pat. During the week the Bible students were also able to go out soul-winning and had 83 saved and passed out 42,000 tracts. We thank you all for your faithful prayers and support for the ministry here in Thailand. Please continue to pray for us that the COVID numbers will go down and we will be able to fully open back up the churches. We thank the Lord for all He has allowed us to do despite the restrictions.
Dear Friends, I open this week with a grateful heart to all those who have wished me a happy birthday and to those who continue to support and pray for me as I serve the Lord another year here in Thailand. The Lord truly has continued to bless. This week I was able to give my older truck to Br. Tawatchi to use at Houysand and to go to two other new church. Pastor Barnabus was also able to get a new motorbike to travel to the different churches and we look forward to the growth of these ministries. The children are now required to complete school work on Saturday’s to make up days and those who don’t have class work help out with other choices around the mission. Every has their job to do. This week our people passed out 54,343 tracts. There were 151 souls saved this week. We at the ministry here in Thaoland are so grateful to you all for your faithful prayers and support. This ministry has been able to accomplish so much through your prayers and support. We ask that you please continue to pray for the Covid-19 situation here as we are trying to opening our 11th church in July.
Dear Friends, We praise the Lord for another week to serve Him. This week the children were able to return to school. We are thankful for all they were able to learn at the home as we taught them. This week there were great efforts by all of our teams. 60,607 tracts were distributed and 187 saved. We thank you all for your prayers and support for the work here Thailand. Please continue to keep us in your prayers as we plan to visit the outreach ministries and as the continue to grow and reach more souls in each of their communities.
Dear Friends, This week has been a very busy week here at Nongloam we are grateful for all that the Lord has provided us to do and for many willing workers. We are thankful for all the Bible and music and the extra things we have been able to teach the children during the time that the school has been closed. The children have been growing in the knowledge of God and we are grateful for this opportunity. Many of our young people have also been part of the efforts of going out soul-winning along with the church members and many have been led to Christ so far this year. We look forward to seeing this ministry continue to grow as more things open up. This week we have also had the opportunity to start planting the rice at the farm. We thank you all for your faithful prayers and support. It is such a joy to share with you all how the Lord is working here in Thailand and we look forward to seeing what the Lord will do in this other half of 2021.-
Dear Friends,This week we praise the Lord for the salvation 221 while our soul-winning this week. Our team was able to pass out 62,770 tracts. We also look forward to the children soon returning to school on the 14th. We thank you all for your faithful prayers and support for the ministry here in Thailand. We also as for your prayers for the family of Mr. Die. They were married here at Nogloam and then went to serve in a church in Mae Hong Son. Now they have returned and have surrendered to go serve the Lord at our ministry in Udon with Br. Gowit.
Dear Friends,We thank the Lord for another wonderful week full of opportunity. This week our teams were able to spend time soul-winning. They passed out 60,247 tracts and saw 202 souls saved. At our outreach ministry with Pastor Barnabas, there were 6 saved today. We would like to thank you all for continuing to keep us in your prayers and for your faithful support. It is an honor to see the what the Lord is doing here in Thaland and we look forward to sharing more with you.
Dear Friends, It was 49 years ago that Br. Horn and I were married. It is such a blessing to look back at all the Lord brought us through together and I am honored that the Lord had allowed me to carry on this work here in Thailand. It continues to grow and souls continue to be won to the Lord. Yesterday we were able to visit our shut in members, taking some rice, eggs, and $10 for each family to help them through this hard time. Our teams were able to go out soul-wining this week and passed out more tracts. For the month of May we have passed out 212,590 tracts and seen 789 saved. The Lord is doing a great work here in Thailand. We would like to thank you all for your part in our ministry through prayers and support. Please keep Yai Pang in your prayers as they have diagnosed her with brain and lung cancer. Pray that she will trust the Lord to give her strength for both her and her family.
Dear Friends,This week the kids have started returning back to the mission for the start of a new school year in June. We have to screen them and keep them on quarantined for 14 days. There have been about 4 to 5 new kids each week. This week our soul winning teams were able to pass out 53,650 tracks. There were 174 souls saved. We praise the Lord that he has kept us safe despite the rising COVID numbers. We are still doing online services and look forward to meeting in person again. We thank you all for your faithful prayers and support for this work. Please pray for Houysand and all the outreach churches as they handle their ministries on their own. If everything ok by the end of the month we plan to start going to visit them and getting back to the local schools to share the gospel with the children. We ask also that you continue to pray for the Fisher family and the health of Pastor Fisher. I would also like to thank you all for keeping me in your prayers. The Lord continue to protect me and keep me safe. I look forward to the day when I can return to the states and go home to see my daughter and grandchildren, but until then I will continue to serve Him.