Posts from the 2011 October Shan prayer month: Join me in Praying for the Shan People Day 1: Missing Idols Day 2: Sending Forth God’s Word Day 3: Shan healthcare Day 4: Pernicious Poppy Problems Day 5: […]
For the last month I have been rostered on weekends at work, so it was great to be able to go to church this Sunday. During our worship it occurred to me that some of […]
If anything is wrong with the world that you notice and it concerns you, I challenge you to pray about it. Pray seriously, make a commitment and make it known to someone else. Give it at least a couple of weeks and pray for that thing which is broken in the world. If nothing much happens, fine. If God touches your heart, follow it. Invest in the Kingdom of God.
Again I saw all the oppressions that are done under the sun. And behold, the tears of the oppressed, and they had no one to comfort them! On the side of their oppressors there was […]
Burmese soldiers advance. They kill our animals, take our rice. From our schools they take the learning and the light. They burn our villages and steal our minds. We hear the soldiers’ voices, and we […]
Little children, you are from God and have overcome them, for he who is in you is greater than he who is in the world. (1 John 4:4 ESV) Shan-Tai prayer month 2011, day 27 […]
Today I went to visit my other neighbours. About 500m down the road from my house is a Shan slum. It had a rickety wooden fence around it and the houses are made out of […]
YouTube video from Al Jazeera about the civil war in Burma, the longest running civil war in the word.
Shan-Tai prayer month 2011, day 25 Likening herself to a three-in-one coffee mix that is popular in Asia, a young Shan woman describes the call on her life to use her gifts as a Bible […]