The SULADS THAILAND has been praying to materialized the plan to build the TRAINING CENTER. We don't have a training center. We immediately see the need as a number missionary volunteers grow each year.  A conducive place for training is needed at this time. The Thailand Adventist Mission (TAM) has already approved a TAM property in Chiangrai Province for the SULADS.  We need your prayers and financial support in this area. See the photos below.



Name of the Mien Village

1. Ban Nabua Village

Location

Chiangmuan, Phayao

BACKGROUND

A Mien village with about 150 to 200 families. The missionary volunteers will work hand in hand with the small government school and the village clinic. The missionaries will be housed in the school staff house. We hope we could find a place for our SDA Language Center and Clinic in this village.

No. of Missionaries needed

We need two (2) volunteers for this village.

 

 

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2. Ban Huai Kangpla

Chiangmuan, Phayao

A Mien village with about 60 to 70 families. The missionary volunteers will work hand in hand with village official to work with kindergarten school and the village small clinic. We hope we could find a place for our SDA Language Center and Clinic in this village.

We need two (2) volunteers for this village.

 

 

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APPLY AS VOLUNTEER


Thousands of people die each day without knowing the Savior Jesus Christ. If becoming a missionary to Thailand is what the Holy Spirit is telling you, APPLY NOW The Sulads work among the unreached in Thailand depends on your sacrificial gift. SUPPORT US

 

 


“We have no time to lose. The end is near. Everything will be placed to obstruct our way, so that we shall not be able to do that which is possible to be done. I know from the light given me of God, that the powers of darkness are working with intense energy from beneath. We have warnings now which we may give, a work which we may do, but soon it will be more difficult than we can imagine.” EGW The Southern Review (September 12, 1899)