Solomon Phun

Recent Ministry

I praise God for giving us good health and strength. I also express my gratefulness for those who pray for me and my church planting ministry. Thank you.

During the past month, most of my time was spent on the church building work with my members. As we need to complete the construction as soon as possible, we borrowed funds for the building. Our church members donated as much as they could afford. Some people sold their properties and gave the funds to the project. Our congregation is excited to have a new building. Every evening we meet for prayer for the construction of the church building. My father, Tha Khup, is busy with the work.

  • Pray for the construction to be completed efficiently and safely.
  • Pray for the payment on our loans.
  • Pray for our weekly services to continue to thrive and meet regularly.
  • Pray for our children’s ministry and outreach ministry.

It was amazing that during the rainy season, our church members were blessed with overall good health. Some got sick, but no one lost their life or needed to go to the hospital. They all recovered without needing to make any payment for treatment. God heals them. Praise the Lord.

Praise the Lord for the health of the church members.

This month we are planning a three-day gospel training. We will invite new people who live in the town and others from neighboring villages.

  • Pray for the training to help the current believers grow in their faith and to bring others to trust in God.
  • Pray for our upcoming missions conference. It will be next summer at our church.

Pastor Solomon’s Testimony 

Pastor Solomon serves as a national church planter in the northern Chin State of Myanmar. He is the son of Pastor Tha Khup who is also a White Fields church planter. Solomon grew up in a small village in the mountains of Chin far from the big city. He came from a Christian family and was raised in the knowledge of Jesus Christ.

When he was in his teens, he told his father that he desired to have a relationship with Jesus and surrendered his life to Christ. He knew he wanted to become a Pastor and as he entered his 20’s, he applied to the Evangelical School of Theology in Andhra Pradesh India. To attend, Solomon learned English and saved money to pay for his education. While there he met his future wife, Cing bawi, a Burmese woman who was studying child development. After graduating, they got married and moved to the town of Saw Myo to help Solomon’s father Tha Khup with church ministry.

It was during this time that our Director Steve Wheeler met Solomon on an accountability and stewardship trip through Myanmar. Steve saw Solomon’s dedication, humbleness, and knowledge of the scriptures. More than this Solomon’s ability to interpret the scriptures using proper hermeneutics and his heart for the Lord left an impression on those around him. Solomon became a church planter in 2017 and proved himself to be an energetic evangelist leading others into new villages where there are no Christians proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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