Lesson of generosity from a Thai church in Bangkok

I piled my family of five kids into our truck and set off to preach at a Thai church on a Sunday morning. On the way there, my wife saw a guy selling watermelons on the roadside.  She asked me to [...]


Lesson of Endurance from a Thai Christian in Bangkok

It was Friday evening.  It had been a long week filled with ministry responsibilities, and I was thinking of an excuse to skip our weekly house church meeting.  I was tired.  But Mr. Narong [...]


Tale of two cities 3

Do you know who founded Bangkok and why? Do you know that Bangkok has a Thai name and an English name? How are these questions relevant to serving God in this city? Bangkok was founded by Rama I [...]


A tale of two cities 2

What does it take for missionaries and pastors in Bangkok to stay long enough to make a difference? How can God’s servants be sustained in a city filled with noise, pollution, traffic jam, [...]


A tale of two cities

“And I saw no temple in the city, for its temple is the Lord God the Almighty and the Lamb. And the city has no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God gives it light, and its [...]