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Quarterly Prayer Letter from Rev. Kima

Posted on Dec 14, 2015

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

One of the greatest encouragements I have in the gospel ministry is this – “People of God, like you, are praying for me and for the ministry.” This assures me that I am not alone in the ministry.  In fact, I have experienced the fruits of your prayers in different ways. I also deeply appreciate your financial contributions which keep me moving forward. So I write this letter to express my heartfelt thanks to you for your prayers and financial support. Please continue to pray for me even in the coming year.

May I ask you to pray for two prayer requests. First pray for my country. We need your prayer because our country is in the process of great change – change towards a real democratic nation. This change will greatly impact the lives of people in many ways including their spiritual lives. We Christians must not forget to pray for them and share the true gospel of Jesus; otherwise, they will be led astray by false teachings and spirits.

Secondly, pray that we may share the gospel to many people in the coming Christmas celebration. The Christmas season is indeed the best time in Myanmar to tell unbelievers about Christ and His gospel. Every year we invite many unbelievers and even government leaders in our neighborhood to the celebration. Our church is now preparing for this event, and we need your prayer.

Friends, I wish you all a merry Christmas. May our God give you a closer relationship and fellowship with Him this Christmas season.


Rev. Khawl Ro Kim


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