The team left Australia with excitement and much expectation to see God use us in Myanmar. We visited the GTP Training Centre in Nyaungpinlay, Taketa, South Dagon, Bago, Htee Kyant, Thayet and Leti. All of these named communities are missions stations outreach of Mang & Ciin’s ministries.

We had many ministry opportunities including - weekend preaching in various churches, ministry to men, women,  young adults and children.  We also conducted several workshops for different groups of people to encourage and help them grow in their faith. We also did a prayer walk in a hostile village where Christians were persecuted, their houses were stoned beyond repair. These persecuted Christian families had to abandon their home and move to a temporary shelter provided by some local missionaries which is locally known as Christian refugee camp.

In many of our meetings, we saw the evidence of God working in the hearts of both believers and non-believers. Initially the invitees were just curious and were just observers but as we prayed for the people, we encountered a great move of the Holy Spirt – many were saved, healed and delivered. The people had a faith that simply believed that God would heal them of their sickness. On receiving their healing, the word spread and they brought their friends in the surrounding villages who needed healing and to us for prayer. Most of these people are Buddhists, both young and old. We prayed for a lady that had not walked for years, God met her need and she walked around without our assistance. There was a man who had a pain in his leg for many years and was healed. The next day he invited his sister a Buddhist monk who was unwell, God healed her. Is God alive for those who hunger and thirst after Him... YES! Amen.

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Posted in April 2019

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