Newsletter from Tore and his family working in Northern Thailand among the Shan people from Myanmar

Sometimes I wonder if we have had angels on visits?
We had a special experience one evening this month when we were out ministering her in Nothern-Thailand.
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Visit From An Angle?

Sometimes I wonder if we have met an angel?
One day at the beginning of this month, we helped a woman with a husband who beat her and had now left her, she was also thrown out of the place where she lived and worked. She was staying in a shed with 3 children, just waiting and not knowing what to do. She also had no telephone and could not call anyone.

We were able to talk to her earlier in the day on a borrowed phone. We tried to arrange transport for her then, to some relatives, but everybody we asked didn’t  want to transport.
When we heard from someone that her husband had left her, and she was all alone now, we tried to find the place where she stayed.
We knew the name of the nearby temple where she was, so we rode on our motorbike around and asked people about if they knew the women. After about two hours, when we had almost given up, we found a person who knew about her. After some more searching, we finally found her and the children, including her three-month-old son, in a shed with a few belongings.

It was getting dark, and we did not know how to bring her to her relatives who live in a village about 30 minutes away.
Then an elderly Thai man stopped, he had worked on the rice field, and he was on his way home. He asked if he could help. We explained the situation and he said he was willing to drive them. He had lived in the village the relatives live in, and knew where it was. We offered to give him some money, but he only wanted 60 baht (2USD) to bring them. This was very unique, because sometimes when the locals see a foreigner, they only see dollars. But this was not the case with this older man. He had a heart that I do not see much, and it made me wonder if we had met an angel.

Anyway, I feel many times blessed to live in Thailand, and there are many Thais who have a big heart, and I think the previous Thai king, who died 4 years ago this month, has taught them, especially those from the older generations of Thai, well. Like: Having mercy on the poor and needy.

I really believe that God led us us that day! If we had not found her just before it got dark, and the older Thai man had not helped, we are not sure what would have happened to this lady and her three children.
It was a long day, and we did not get to eat dinner until over eight in the evening, but it was also a very special experience that I will not soon forget.

We were back two days later and gave some food to them too and they are doing better. But still remember to pray for this family!

This is a story and some of what we are a part of doing here in northern Thailand, and this is one of the things that is close to our hearts to do as well: Helping families and people who are having a hard time. Broken homes and broken hearts.

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Help Us To Reach Out!

In this news letter, we do not want to ask for money for us as a family first of all, but we would like to challenge you on this: Do you wish to support our Ministry? (Also remember to watch the video below)

If you would like to donate or support this ministry, you will help us with this:
  • Saturday and Sunday school for 25-30 children. We give them food on Sundays.
  • Rental of the land we have the ministry on
  • Support for local helpers and staff
  • Arrange meetings and parties, such as Christmas parties. (we have a meeting in the evening on Sunday once a month)
  • First Aid/Mercy Ministry – Provides food and clothing for the poor and needy.
  • Expenses for transport and miscellaneous
  • We are in need of a ministry car
We would like to see about USD 1,000 come in per month.
Think about whether you would like to give a monthly gift (currently we do not have specific monthly donors for the ministry).
You are also free to give a one-time gift
Christmas presents
Christmas is approaching, and we need money for Christmas events and gifts. The biggest expense is gifts.

We are a bit unsure if we can have a big Christmas party this year, both because of the political situation in Thailand and because of Covid-19, but gifts and food we can give anyway.

We have 30 children that we want to give gifts to plus around 20 families.
We need around USD 1,000 for this.

Would you like to give a Donation to the Ministry?
You can use PayPal or I also have a Buy Me A Coffee account.
It’s also possible to transfer to my Thai bank account, if you reply I can give you the information.

You can also use this link to Buy Me A Coffee, but in the comment (Say something nice..) write Donation for the Ministry.
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