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.
The Voice Pentecost 2013 Edition
You will encounter something unusual in this Pentecost issue of the Voice. It will feature articles in the varied languages of instruction Central uses—Spanish, Korean, Chin, Thai, and Karen. [If you can read all of these, please contact the President’s Office because we are going to need you!] Hearing the Gospel in one’s own language was the gift of Pentecost; it continues today in our global mission.
Descubrirás algo inusual en ésta edición de Pentecostés del la revista “the Voice”. Esta edición incluye artículos el los varios idiomas de instrucción que usa Central – Español, Coreano, Chin, Tailandés, y Karen. [Si puedes leer todos estos idiomas, por favor ponte en contacto con nosotros, ya que te necesitamos!] Poder escuchar las buenas nuevas en nuestro propio idioma fue el regalo de Pentecostés; hoy continúa en nuestra misión global.