The Seventh-day Adventist Church started as a church-planting movement, it’s still a church-planting movement, and will only continue to grow as it remains a church-planting movement. Today we’re seeing thousands of Seventh-day Adventist congregations being established in villages, towns, and big cities around the world.
Recently I visited with a Global Mission pioneer couple in Cambodia who specifically moved onto a houseboat to live and work among river people. On this Global Mission houseboat they’re sharing the good news of Jesus with people who are hearing it for the very first time.
It was wonderful to see children sitting on the boat, smiling as they enthusiastically sang about Jesus’ love. Thach Soong and his wife, Im Sareang, are reaching out to the children’s parents as well. And as they do, they’re helping to build God’s kingdom in Southeast Asia.
None of this would happen if it weren’t for your prayers and financial support. I want to thank you for your generous giving to Global Mission. It’s changing lives for eternity around the world.
Global Mission pioneers are local people who dedicate at least one year to starting new churches in areas or among people groups where there is little or no Adventist presence.
Mission 360° features inspiring stories about mission work.
One day while Rajah was holding a Bible study, a mob approached his house, brandishing sticks and swords.