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Thinglei BP Church Building

Posted on Jul 6, 2012

The Lord has blessed us, especially the Thinglei BP church I planted in 2008. Since its beginning, this church has been praying that the Lord will help them to build a sanctuary for worship and fellowship. Their prayer has now been answered.

This church becomes our first church building among the churches I have planted. The church’s size is 48 x 24 feet square. The first floor is for the worship service. The ground floor will be used for the Pastor’s family quarters and a children’s Sunday school class.

Even though the construction is not completed, we had the dedication service on May 13. About 250 people came to the service. It was a great day for them in the Lord.

“The Lord did indeed accomplish great things for us. We were happy.”  Psalm 126:3

The Thinglei BP church is located in Chin State in the western end of Myanmar, near the border of India. It has about 90 members including children. The people there are mostly hard working, poor farmers. The church is also running a preschool, Emanuel Preschool.

Please keep praying for the Thinglei BP church; there are many things still needed to complete the building. They can worship there, but the church is still without windows and a ceiling. Some parts of the wall are still incomplete. Moreover, they have to pay for the roofing. They spent much more than they expected because they later decided to build a two story building, since they needed the ground floor for the pastor’s quarters.

Together with you, we declare His glory among the nations.

—  Rev. Kima, Myanmar

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