When William Carey, the father of modern missions, left for India in 1792, he likened his mission to one entering a deep unexplored mine. He said to his friends, “I will go down, if you will hold the rope.” Our family is ready to enter the mine, but we need faithful supporters at home to hold the ropes. Just as God called us to go to Thailand in support of His mission, He will call others to support the mission from home. We ask that you would prayerfully consider whether God is calling you to love the Thai people and serve them as partners with us in ministry.
So what does partnership look like?
We believe that it takes many forms, but none more important than in the form of prayer. Folks, we greatly need your prayer. We would encourage you to lift the Thai people and our family up as often as can. If possible, host a prayer event. You might be surprised how God moves in these events.
Here are some more ideas…
➢ Send short-term missionaries to labor with us
➢ Add information about the ministry to your website or bulletin
➢ Get Bible study groups involved in prayer, awareness, and giving
➢ Allow us to speak at your church about the work God is doing in Thailand
➢ Give collectively as a church to God’s work in Thailand
➢ Designate money each year for sending a member of the leadership to Thailand
➢ Get creative and generate other ways that you can be involved
If you are interested in giving, there is a link on this page. But first let me tell you a little bit about the organization that will be receiving your donation. They’re called Commission To Every Nation (CTEN). CTEN is made up of missionaries committed to serving other missionaries. CETN will help us with many of the details involved in making the transition to Thailand. One of the biggest benefits of partnering with CTEN is their pastoral care of the missionaries. They will also receive our funds, mail out receipts and help us communicate through their Publications department. They are EFCA accredited and for the ninth year in a row CTEN USA received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigators. Only 1% of the organizations they rate have received this.