Unreached in Focus: The Mon

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Most of the Mon people live in Myanmar, a country just south of China, and a small minority also live in Thailand. Their population numbers over 1.2 million, with 85% following the Buddhist faith, and only 0.9% are Christian. The Mon have a deep history in Southeast Asia. Living primarily in villages, most Mon make a life as farmers, merchants, …

The Teaching that Doesn’t Lead to Death

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Mu-Ling was desperately seeking for truth. Like the rest of the Shan people—an ethnic group in northern Thailand and Myanmar—he was Buddhist and his home was filled with idols. Yet he knew there had to be more. In his own words, he was seeking “the teaching that doesn’t lead to death.” These are people who may live their entire lives …

Update from Myanmar: “We decided to give up Buddhism and follow God”

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Although Myanmar is resource rich, it is considered one of the poorest countries in the world. With very little educational structure and a largely uneducated workforce, people suffer from poverty, hunger, and human rights violations, including child labor, human trafficking and a lack of freedom of speech. Testimonies of Transformation Despite these challenges, God is at work! Through your generous …