God is advancing His kingdom all throughout the dark place of Northern Myanmar. And for 2 months of this semester I was simply blessed to be apart of the work He is already doing there.
When me and my friend arrived after a 16 hour bus ride from Yangon, we had no plans. We were simply asking God for open doors through our national partners for effective work. And open doors He did. Through local partners that had started a church planting school and hostile, God put us to work. Over a four-day period we had the privilege to train local leaders and future church planters in a CPM process called “The Four Fields of Kingdom Growth.” The discipleship engine within this process is T4T (Training for Trainers). In other words, we trained the leaders in reproducing best practices for planting churches.
The element recorded on this video is the Gospel presentation in 5 languages. The five languages present at this training were: Paluang, Burmese, Chineeze, Lisu, and English. We pray God would deeply root these principles and practices from His Word into their hearts. And having been equipped for the work of ministry, we pray God would launch them out by the power of His Spirit to make disciples who plant churches until there is #NoPlaceLeft (Romans 15:19-23)
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