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Who are we?

What we do?


Other activities

Weekly we reach out to around 40-60 people (including children), and we go out as a team of two families almost every day/evening.
We also follow up two Shan families and a house church in Chiang Mai, and go there at least once a month to visit them.

We also sometimes have special meetings, outreaches and arrangements like Christmas parties.

We also reach out trough the Internet and social media.
We record video/mp3 and post it on YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc. with teachings about value, Gods unconditional love, restore broken hearts and evangelical messages.
We website and a Facebook page called Good News for the Shanhttps://www.goodnewsforshan.com


Who are the Shan?
The Shan people comes from Myanmar (Burma) and are the largest ethnic people group in Myanmar with over six million people. They have their own state called the Shan State.
They are mainly Buddhist and there are few Christians among them.
They are related to the Thai people and the language have some similarities with Thai.
Shan in the local language is Tai or Dai.

 

Our Vision

Our main vision is to restore the broken and broken hearted. (see also: https://goodnewsforbrokenhearts.com
We believe the core issue for most conflicts and problems in life, comes from a broken heart, guilt, sham and a lack of knowledge of our true identity.
Luke 4:18 (Is 61:1)
"The Spirit of the Lord is on Me; because of this He has anointed Me to proclaim the Gospel to the poor. He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim deliverance to the captives, and new sight to the blind, to set at liberty those having been crushed,

Our main goal is to reach out with the Good News to the Shan people.
We especially want to reach out to the poorest of the poor and the most disadvantaged, to those who have broken hearts and have experienced a lot of rejection.
We find particularly many of these among those who have come over from Myanmar to Northern Thailand.


Vision Strategy: