Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Follow-up on work on Hmong Church basement - June 19, 2017








Somboon and the students started laying the blocks for the church basement. They have been working hard.













Saturday, June 17, 2017

Working on basement of Pishon Church, June 2017


The Hmong students from the Hmong Foundation are working on the basement of the Pishon Church in Chiang Khong. They even worked into the evening. They are extremely good workers and love the Lord!!

If you are able to financially help with this project, you can send funds to Central Missionary Clearinghouse (see address under the Foundation Director). They are tax-deductible and 100% (minus bank and CMC processing fees) goes to the ministry. The cost will be about $4,000. We have some teams coming to help later this year.











Saturday, October 1, 2016

Pishon Church Moving Oct. 1, 2016

The Hmong congregation will have their first service in their new building on Oct. 1, 2016. They are excited because they will no longer  need to pay rent each month. This property was given to them so we are praising the Lord for His goodness!!




Preparing for New Church Move Sept. 2016

The Hmong students helped with preparing the new location for Pishon Church. They plan to move in on Oct. 1.




Rubber Tree Harvest Aug. 2016

Students harvested rubber from the rubber trees this past August. Many hours were spent harvesting. But due to the price of rubber in Thailand drastically dropping, they received less than $100 for their efforts.






Saturday, August 20, 2016

Rice on the New Land - July 2016

 We purchased 2 Rai (a little less than an acre) of land close to Rajabhat University in Chiang Rai. The students planted rice on it until we can raise the funds to add soil to raise the land. Otherwise, during rainy season, it would flood if we put buildings on it. The plan is to use some rice and sell the rest.


Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Hmong Students Planting Longan Trees


The Hmong students from the Foundation planted longan fruit trees. You can find some information about the trees on this website: 
http://www.naturalfoodbenefits.com/display.asp?CAT=1&ID=30