Paul and Ling Awi Lung Prayer Letter:  God's Ministry Is Miraculous and Unbelievable!Greetings to all of you in the loving name of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Praise God that He has been so gracious to us, and we are safe because of your prayers. Protesting, shooting, and killing are still ongoing, taking lives and breaking hearts. More than one thousand civilian lives have been lost. I am so sorry that most of these people died without knowing Jesus. His Word is so true, “. . . Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” (Mark 15:16) We need to invest our lives in the things of eternity.

God’s ministry is just miraculous and unbelievable, but God did it through trials for His people. Many people face difficulties and sufferings across the country due to the protesting every day, along with the shooting and killing, but God’s promises are so true to all of us. He provides things in time of need. We praise God for that. Therefore, we keep going on, winning souls, keeping the faith, and continuing the works. All my preachers are so blessed, as they have obeyed the call.


1. Pastor Warren Johnson (Grace Baptist Church, Flower Mound, Texas) helped out with US$10,000 for all pastors and their families who are preaching for Jesus across the countryside.
2. Pastor Bob Graham (Olathe View Baptist Church, Olathe, Kansas) helped out with US$5,000 for the same project.
3. Pastor John Wilkerson (First Baptist Church, Hammond, Indiana) sent help for the needy church planters and families. We have already mailed some checks to the pastors; some still need to be mailed.
4. Pastor Heath Spivey (Crossroads Baptist Church, Fishersville, Virginia) bought a Yamaha keyboard for the Agape Children’s Home chapel.

Prayer Requests

1. Pray that we can finish the Akha Baptist Church building.
2. Pray for the political conditions of Burma and for the safety of the people.
3. Pray that God would remove the wicked leaders and replace them with good leaders, so we can peacefully proclaim the Gospel.

In His blessed ministries,

Paul T. Lung
Calvary Baptist Church