Teerapat and Tiffany Phaisarnpiwat 2017-11-02T11:36:36+00:00

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Teerepat Birthday 07/13
Tiffany Birthday 01/14
Teerepat & Tiffany Wedding Anniversary 04/15


 I am a Thai national. My grandfather who was an evangelist and preacher taught me about Christ as I was growing up. When I was fourteen, I trusted Jesus as my Saviour and was  baptized. Through a series of events, I finally answered God’s calling to serve Him full-time when I was 24 years old. Shortly after, I attended Gospel Baptist Bible Institute. After graduating, I continued working with Gospel Baptist Church under our missionary pastor Emmanuel Sinoy as the Thai children and youth pastor and driver. Currently we are making plans to branch out of Gospel Baptist Church to start a church for Thai people in one of the nearby village that doesn’t have a church.



I grew in a Christian family and always heard about Jesus and Bible stories. When I was four years old, I told my parents I wanted to get saved. That evening, my mom shared with me how to receive Jesus as my personal Saviour. The following day, I was baptized. While in high school, my church had an outreach ministry for Karen and Burmese refugees who started attending our church. I was apart of teaching them English and picking them up for church. God used this time to knit my heart with them and give me a desire to reach the Thai and Burmese people. I spent my last semester of Bible college with the Thai missionary team in Hua Hin, Thailand. While there, I visited the Sinoy family’s ministry in MaeSot. That is when I knew God wanted me to return and serve with them.  After graduating from Hyles-Anderson College in 2013, I began to raise support. In October 2014, I arrived in MaeSot, Tak, Thailand. I have been involved in the church’s children ministries – a Burmese migrant school, children’s home, and children’s Saturday and Sunday school as well as any other church programs going on. On April 15, 2017, my husband, who is on the staff at Gospel Baptist Church, and I were married.


We are serving in MaeSot on the border of Thailand and Myanmar reaching Buddhists and Muslims for Christs through soul winning, discipleship, English-Bible Clubs, and church planting .

Information Packet



24 Rapple Dr.

Colonie, NY 12205

9/167 Soi 3/3

MaeSot Villa

MaeSot, Tak, Thailand 63110





You can financially support our family and ministry by giving here online, or you can mail checks to FBMI, 507 State Street, Hammond, IN 46320, and designate your giving to Missionary #178.



Teerapat Phaisarnpiwat Prayer Letter: New Church Starting!

Teerapat Phaisarnpiwat Prayer Letter:  New Church Starting!My wife and I went to visit my family in the village I grew up in for New Year’s. We had a wonderful time, and I was given a special opportunity to preach at my dad’s church for their New Year’s Day service. Several times my dad has asked me to come preach, but I’m not confident to preach in my own language of Lahu. For New Year’s, I preached in Thai, and my brother, who was visiting, translated for me. What an encouragement it is to see my dad still faithfully preaching and teaching God’s Word.

New Church

In our last letter, we mentioned the need for a place to hold services. The whole month of January and into February, we were searching for a place to rent. It was starting to seem unlikely that we would find a place, but meeting on the porch of a family we know in that town was becoming less and less ideal. Sometimes the family had visitors, and the environment was very distracting. We are so excited that we have found a place that we can begin meeting in starting next month! Lord willing, we will open Charity Baptist Church in March. So many doors are starting to open, and I’ve especially have been reminded about being patient and waiting for God’s perfect timing.

Special Baptisms

Four teens, whom my wife and I met about two to three years ago and have been teaching and discipling, finally decided they were ready to be baptized! We had a special lesson to go over everything baptism entails and why we get baptized. This also went into helping them further differentiate from their old culture and traditions to their new culture. The two teen boys both had strings tied on their wrists, which is connected to the tradition that they’d be protected from the spirits. Wrist tying is wrapped up in tradition and beliefs. After understand-ing that as Christians and followers of Christ they are free from that, they both cut the strings off and threw them away. The baptisms were held at a nearby waterfall, and some of the locals gathered to see what was happening. Hearts are being softened. Please keep the people of Thailand in your prayers.

Needs and Prayer Requests

While my wife and I were in the U.S., we mentioned to some of the churches we visited about our need for a truck. We have raised about $3,000 and are trying to raise another $4,000. Each time we travel into the mountain villages, we seem to come back with something wrong with our old car.  The areas we go into aren’t ideal for a car. The truck will also be used for picking up people for church. If any Sunday school classes, families, or churches would like to help us with this, we’d greatly appreciate it. Also, please be in prayer for the new church we prayerfully hope to start in March and the things we need to get everything up and going.

Thank you,                   

Teerapat and Tiffany Phaisarnpiwat


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