Reaching Remote Hmong Villages

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High up in the mountains of Thailand sit isolated Hmong tribes. They number around four to five million people, but most are scattered across small villages in Southeast Asia and China. Dirt roads connect small modest homes and businesses. Chickens and dogs roam around the villages, and mothers, often with young children strapped to their backs, tend gardens and sell …

Zoom Ministry to the Hmong (Ep. 47)

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During the Covid-19 crisis, two FEBC Thailand broadcasters came up with an innovative way to stay connected with their listeners despite being socially distant—Bible Studies done virtually over Zoom! Recently Ed sat down with Pastor Yung and Phairot to hear more of the incredible stories of how they serve God and proclaim the Gospel in remote, mountainous areas of Thailand …

The Hmong Story

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Originally from southern China, this ethnic people group numbering 3 million has been oppressed for centuries. Unrelenting persecution forced many to flee to the highlands of Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, and Thailand hundreds of years ago. Many also continue to practice animism and ancestor worship, just as their forefathers did. Today, they are considered outsiders in the countries where they live, …