Church and Classes Resume in Myanmar
In January, Andrew Bawi Ceu shared good news that both his local congregation, Faith Bible Church, and Shiloh Bible College were able to resume in-person meetings. Shiloh Bible College resumed classes with 11 students. The college’s purpose is to train church planters and Christian leaders. Please continue to pray for Christians in Myanmar. There is still much unrest since the military coup in February of last year.
Honoring a Faithful Servant
We were saddened at the sudden passing of Bob Thompson, Jr, on March 19, 2022. Bro. Bob served as missionary in Jamaica from 1974-76, and with his wife, Cinda, served as pastor at the Red Bay church in Grand Cayman for 25 years from 1986-2011. He was also currently a member of the World Mission Board, in addition to pastoring the Mt. Zion Church of God (Holiness) in Ava, Missouri. Whether overseas or in the United States, Bro. Bob was respected and loved by many. His booming
Haiti Ministry Update
We are grateful to many who gave for the new church building in Gauthier after the old one was destroyed by an earthquake. In March, Pastor Samson was able to make a trip to the southern peninsula, which had been too dangerous before. The foundation is being marked out. The work has been started! Conditions are still dangerous in certain locations because of gang activity. The school at Bonnette was forced to close. There are gangs in the area. The Haiti Foodbank now provides
Ukraine Crisis Fund
From 1996-2011, Gordon and Nancy Snider served as our missionaries in Zaporozhye, Ukraine. There they worked at Zaporozhye Bible College and Seminary which trains young Christian leaders to be effective in ministry. Today, our friends in Ukraine are facing a crisis for which they did not ask. It is our privilege to stand with them as they suffer under and fight against Russia’s aggression. One of the founders of ZBCS, European Christian Mission of North America, has set up a