Since the beginning of the year, word has reached us of the passing of many missionary and preacher friends, among whom was Dr. Ed Tutton, the founder of Teaching All Nations (TAN). From the day I heard of his death, I have made a commitment to get the TAN materials into the hands of as many missionaries and national pastors in Asia as possible. I have even made myself available to hold Zoom calls to teach college students, especially during the pandemic.
We are thrilled to see that the first group of men from a Remote Access Nation (RAN) have completed and graduated from Bible college using this college course. Please pray for these men as they begin to pioneer new works and take the Gospel to the unreached villages in their countries.
Please be in prayer for those pastors and missionaries facing tremendous persecution in the country of Myanmar. We have made a significant investment through the years in the old country of Burma, and the military is threatening to destroy the preachers, Christians, and churches we have helped. Pictured below is a group of courageous preacher boys standing to protect their church in Yangon.
We are currently trying to raise some funds to help a RAN ministry purchase and distribute 10,000 John and Romans booklets. The cost will be about $6,000 but will give these lost souls the first opportunity to see the Bible in their own language.
Please pray that God will open more doors for us to present TAN to churches and provide materials for the national pastors in Asia. A special thank you to those individuals and churches who continue to believe in our vision and support and pray for Asian World Baptist Ministries.