Dear Friends and Partners in Laos Mission
Some of you have received this report for the first time. It is that I
have just recently added you to the distribution list. And some of you
have given me permission to add your email address to the list. But some
of you I have just added your email address assuming that you would be
interested in learning about what God has done in Laos. Should you feel
that you do not want to receive e-newsletters from me please just drop me a
line asking to remove your name. There is no hard feeling. Thank you.
Please find March report from Laos. In this report you will find that a
lot of good works have been done in the south of Laos. There are a lot of
poor people in the south and a lot more in the north where transportation
and mountainous environment make it even much more difficult for people.
Laos, as a landlocked country, has suffered under the Indochinese War,
during the 1950s-1970s, more than any other countries on this planet
Earth. During the war 3 million tons of bombs were dropped in Laos, a
country with 3 million population then. Per capita, each Laotian carried 1
ton of bombs. It must be a real burden to carry such a heavy load of
explosives! The impact of the war is still continuously felt in Laos where
25% of land is still unusable due to Un-Explosive Devices (UXOs).
The church work in Laos is progressing rapidly during the last five years.
Thanks to all of you for your generous support. We continue to count on
your support. Together with God’s Spirit and with your support we hope to
improve the lives of the Lao people and introduce them to the Live Giver
Himself so that they may have life to the full.
Khamsay Phetchareun, BA, MSA, DMin | Vice President for Student
Administration (VPSA) |
Asia-Pacific International University |
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