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From Nay Tar Mu, a teacher at Kawthoolei Karen Baptist Bible School and College on the Thai-Burma border

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I was so privileged to participate in the FOB annual meeting last Saturday. It was wonderful meeting with God's children who love and care for the ministry of God in Myanmar and along the Thai- Myanmar boarder. I was in awe seeing the love, sacrifice, time, knowledge and financial support they have shared with the people there. I was so touched by their work. Personally, I am also supported by FOB as I study Doctor of Ministry at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. I am thankful for their help and support. I see Jesus in each of the people, who has a big heart that beats tenderly for me and for the needs of the people there. I believe the blessings you share to the less fortunate will bear fruits and grow day by day. I really appreciate everything you have done for me and for others. God bless FOB! ~ Nay Tar Mu, Teacher (Kawthoolei Karen Baptist Bible School and College – KKBBSC)

2019 Annual Board Meeting

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We had an annual board meeting in Fort Wayne on July 20, 2019.



Adam Maung, chair of the meeting.


Htoo Khu

Sung Cer and Htoo Khu.



Thramu Htoo Khu Kalu Paw, director of the Care and Counseling Dept of the KBC, in charge of childcare centers, prison ministry, and hospital.


The Lightning for Learning Team, Wu Family

The Lightning for Learning Team (Wu Family) is participating in a half marathon in Yangon, Myanmar (Burma) to raise funds for Matthew 25 Love Clinic in Pathein.


Mission Trip to Burma and Thailand

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One of our FOB executive members, Tansy Kadoe, went on a short-term mission trip to Burma and Thailand, made possible by International Ministries, Friends of Burma, and Arizona Karen Baptist Church. She visited our mission partners in Thailand and Burma.  Our next newsletter will feature more about this trip and updates on our ministries.  Thank you for your prayers and support.

Lightning for Learning for the Orphans

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For many years, Friends of Burma has facilitated interested organizations to help the people of Burma. Lightning For Learning is a group of concerned families, who have taken an interest in education, especially for orphans and residents of childcare centers. The Wu family has been active in fund raising for scholarships. We welcome others to give to this fund, which will enable people to assist worthy students in their university studies.










Distributing the Mosquito Nets at Dun Da Bet Church in Pet Tan village

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An unedited report from one of our colleagues in Burma. It is no rain today. I go to Dun Da Bet Church to distribute mosquito nets. The church is beautiful. There are 275 members according to the record.















Distributing Mosquito Nets in Po Ma Htaw Village

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Report from a colleague in Burma: