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Answers, Part 2

Answers, Part 2

Posted on 21. Jan, 2010 by .

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Here are answers to some more questions:
What would you say the greatest fruits of your ministry there have been?
Do you have a sense for how God is growing His church in Thailand? Is the Spirit moving more in certain people groups, age groups, or geographical areas of the country?

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Answers, Part 1

Answers, Part 1

Posted on 18. Jan, 2010 by .

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First, I have to say, you guys have some tough questions! Things that we’ve had to really think about and discuss to come up with answers to them. Someone asked: “What was your biggest misconception prior to being in Thailand that has changed after living there for 6+ months? Which views of yours have changed in the last 6 months?”…

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Helping Baby Olive

Helping Baby Olive

Posted on 09. Dec, 2009 by .

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Rusty and Lynette Polinder have been serving as missionaries with the Akha in Chiang Rai, Northern Thailand (Lynette’s actually from Goshen, IN- small world!). On September 25, their first baby was born 12 weeks early. Because she was so premature, she has had a host of medical complications over the course of the past two and a half months…

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Fat Chicken Day

Fat Chicken Day

Posted on 01. Dec, 2009 by .

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Obviously, Thanksgiving is not a Thai holiday. No Pilgrims washed ashore here. But, the church in Thailand has adopted this holiday as a time to focus on giving thanks to God for His blessings. And so, we celebrated as a family this past Sunday. In keeping with good American tradition, there was TONS of food. It was a potluck breakfast AND lunch…

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English ExtravaganZAAAA!

English ExtravaganZAAAA!

Posted on 22. Oct, 2009 by .

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Monday evening Our Home Chapel hosted an event for students from our study center, students from Ramkhamhaeng University, and any other friends who wanted to come. We called it, “English Extravaganza!” Now, many of those we invited may not have been able to pronounce “extravaganza,” but once they arrived, they understood what it meant…

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