Pastor Tha Khup

Recent Ministry

Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ. Your prayer changes things in my place, and many more people have understood the gospel.

I went to Akyi Karing village with Dr. Hnin Main and tried to reach the people in this community. We went to the village religious leader’s house, and he welcomed us. I started treatment to the sick people and had the opportunity to share the gospel with those who came. I also spoke with the leaders for about three hours. He listened and asked questions. At last, he agreed with me and said, I hated Christians, but now I know what you believe, and your God is the true God. Please come again and discuss this with me soon. You can invite my wife and children to attend your church worship service.

  • Pray for the religious leader to come to know Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.

Give thanks for my outreach ministry in the Akyi Karing village.

Our new church building construction work has been roughly finished. We have many debts for the construction costs, as we borrowed from several relatives and church members. We also need to complete interior painting and decorations. I extend a special thank you to all of you for your generous contribution to our church building. We pray that the Lord will repay your abundant blessings.

Our weekly programs are doing well, and our church members are happy, worshiping God in the new church building. Praise the Lord.

  • Pray for our Missions Conference this month.
  • Pray for my ministry this year, that more souls with come to the Lord.

Pastor Tha Khup Story

Now, something to understand is that when Pastor Khup enters a new village, he looks for a family that is open to the Gospel and when invited he will stay for two or three days explaining the scriptures to them. Strangers eager to hear how there is hope in Jesus will ask him to return and tell them more.

The people of this region are Buddhist. Buddhism is mostly a religion of rules, most people born into and are under a burden of perfection they can never keep. The weight of never being able to get ahead by doing more good then wrong leaves them in a state of hopelessness. People in these villages without electricity, limited phone access, and no internet coupled with government censorship have no way of hearing about a God who loves them, sacrificed Himself, and rose from the dead. This is the area that Tha Khup and others like him work.

Tha Khup is married and has one son Solomon, who joined White Fields as a church planter in 2017.

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