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Our Home Study Center

Our Home Study Center

Posted on 16. Nov, 2009 by .

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Our Home Study Center is really the business that started it all. As in most of Asia, people in Thailand want to learn English. It has become the international language for business, so to be really successful in the international scene, you have to learn it. As Our Home Chapel was beginning, one of the best ways to meet people to build relationships with (and to earn money to subsidize the church’s ministry) was by opening an English school…

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RE:camp

RE:camp

Posted on 01. Sep, 2009 by .

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Well, we’re pretty busy again after the break we had last week. (classes are seven weeks long, with a week-long break in between) Remember us talking about English Camp? 15 saved (before, during, after), 6 baptized, 68 made Christian friends, 68 had the chance to ask questions, 68 heard the gospel. I’m not the best with math, but those…

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English Clinic

English Clinic

Posted on 26. Jul, 2009 by .

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Q: How do you get students to check out church?
A: Go to where they’re at, provide a service that helps them, and build friendships with them!
A few days a week, we hop on a bus, head down two stops, and get off at Ramkhamhaeng University to join English Clinic. Our Home Chapel’s college club, “San-Sai-Yai,” puts on English Clinic five days a week at the nearby campus…

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Studying in the Car

Studying in the Car

Posted on 09. Feb, 2009 by .

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Jason found a Pimsleur cd set at the library and we’ve been listening to it in the car. The way it teaches the language is entirely aural. You hear a phrase, and repeat parts of it as instructed…

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Learning Thai – Part 3

Learning Thai – Part 3

Posted on 14. Jan, 2009 by .

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Not everything about the Thai language is working against us.  There are some aspects that are simpler! First, Thai does not have any verb conjugations.  That was the most difficult part of Spanish.  Rather, you just understand the tense by the context, or from time words.  So instead of saying “I ran,” you’d say, “I […]

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