Mar 11th, 2014
I have never been in Yangon without students and colleagues with me. Because I came ahead of the others in order to participate in commencement, I have a couple of days to see parts of the city I have not visited before. I will try not to get into any trouble!
Yesterday morning I wen
I belong to the Kachin ethnic group in Myanmar. I am now serving as an associate minister at a Baptist church in Kachin State, which is in the northern part of Myanmar. We have over 7000 church members at my church.
I have been in ministry for over 17 years. I know that in order to lead my congregation effectively, I need more education. I believe that this D.Min. program will enhance my ministry today and into the future.
Learning together with other students from Myanmar has been very valuable for me. I have enjoyed living together. I have also learned from the Shawnee D.Min. students as well. It is good to be able to appreciate each other’s cultures and ministry experiences.