Tin Saw

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Christmas greetings to everyone with my prayers. May the peace and joy from God the Father be poured upon you. The cherry trees are blooming which reminds us of the Christmas season when the Savior was born for everyone. All people need the Savior.

  • Pray for the two villages, Thang Om and Auh Bui Dung, where we plan to do our gospel campaign during the Christmas season.

We were blessed with many visitors this past month. The mission team from Kalay Myo visited us and encouraged my church members by their prayers. The next week, the church planters in the Zaw area had a meeting to discuss future ministry and how we could assist each other. Our field director and his wife visited and encouraged us by the Word of God. They donated thirty chairs for the church. We now have fifty seats. Praise the Lord.

  • Pray for the church planters in the Zaw area to reach more people with the gospel.

I taught a seminar to the women’s group about the “power of prayer,” and they were happy. I am grateful for the success of this training. I attended the Leadership Training in Tahan-Kalaymyo at the end of November as well. When I returned home, I taught my members the concepts I had learned. They were excited to receive the information.

  • Pray for the women’s group to use the principles of prayer to bring their requests to God.
  • Pray for the leadership training to be a blessing to the church and for God to call more leaders to reach the people of Myanmar with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Pastor Tin Saw Ministry

Tin Saw is a church planter high in the mountains of Chin State, Myanmar. He ministers near the township of Kanaplet which is one of the most isolated towns in the state. The people are destitute and local infrastructure remains underdeveloped. The village he lives in is home to subsistence farmers and traders who live in extreme poverty compared to the rest of Myanmar. An additional challenge is the numerous subtribe dialects and languages which differ from village to village. Pastor Tin started the church in 2016 and has seen the believers mature and grow. He and the church members face opposition and adversity from Buddhist leaders and cyclones that affect their area yearly. Nevertheless, Pastor Tin continues being faithful to the Lords call on his life and regularly engages his people and region with the Gospel.


Rural Chin State

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