We are now well into a third week of ministry.
From a big city with a lot happening the first week, to a small village with dim lights and squatty potties, our trip is going very well so far!
This week started with the team going Bamboo rafting with P’Lie, a woman in the village we have seen every year. We have shared the gospel with her before and she asks us for prayer a lot because she has seen the power in our prayers. So it was good to spend time with her doing some fun stuff outside the village. She had a blast with us, even though her raft capsized and her cell phone was no more…
Teaching English has really improved this week and the students are really learning well. Cheyenne and my students are at a place where they are able to read English! It’s awesome to see their English improve so much.
Yesterday our student, Amber got to share the story of creation, down at the river and the kids were very interested. Before Amber shared, the kids at school asked our translator May to tell them the story of Jesus! They are interested to know about how May used to be buddhist and now has a personal relationship with Jesus. He is drawing people to himself.
Cheyenne also had a light conversation with one of the teachers about how God worked in her life and in my life when he brought us together to be married.
Your prayers are helping us get through each day and are opening doors for us to share his love. Thank you!
We are here in Nahong with the full team for 2 more weeks. Then we will be in Chiang Mai for a week and after that Cheyenne and I will come up to Nahong to finish out the school year. Pray for our teams last few weeks and the DTS students we have been blessed to have with us.