The common opinion regarding self-supporting ministries in Myanmar is that “It can’t be done.” Thankfully, our Lord does not base His work on common opinions! PMU is pleased to say that the Yangon BPC is now able to support their pastor, Rev. Khawl Ro Kima, with the help of the farmland purchased for such a purpose. PMU’s goal is never to arrive in a country to provide monies for a ministry that continues endlessly to be dependent upon foreign funds. Our desire is to see churches planted that can support their own ministers.
A man with a vision, Rev. Kima has a burning passion to reach his people for Christ. He served at different Bible seminaries for several years as well as pastoring a church before becoming a PMU missionary. Founding Yangon Bible Presbyterian Church, Rev. Kima has worked to instruct his people in the Scriptures and, with the Yangon Session, oversees a vigorous gospel ministry across the country.
The goal of a self-supporting church has been reached now, and so, Rev. Kima is no longer working with PMU as a missionary. Joined by his wife, Mawite, and their two children, the Kimas continue to serve as a pastor family in their native land. Please remember them in prayer as they remain faithful in their labors.
PMU continues to partner with the Yangon BPC in helping to raise up more church plants across Myanmar. To that end, we will continue to raise funds for church planting and the orphanage. (One graduate from the orphanage school is now preparing for the gospel ministry!) Rev. Kima’s vision and goal is to establish a full presbytery by 2027!