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The Fredericks’ Feb. 2019 Letter

February 2019

Dear praying partners,
Happy Chinese New Year and welcome to the year of the pig!

Ministry: We continue in equipping the church for the work of the ministry. We do church wide evangelistic outreach via tract distribution as well as checking blood pressure at a local market. The blood pressure evangelism has been great in that we get a chance to converse with people one on one for an extended period. None have been saved, but the Gospel has been clearly presented to many.

Bible Institute: The students are making good progress in the institute. While we are on furlough, we will have an additional three block classes to keep everyone busy while we are in the states. The block classes will include Christian Ethics, Introduction to Counseling, as well as the Biblical Canon. The online school is making progress slowly but surely. You can see the school at chiwitmai.net. We have two more courses almost ready to be uploaded to bring our total to four courses. This is a long-range program, but one that I feel will bear much fruit in the future.

Furlough: As you receive this letter, we will likely already be in the USA. Our schedule is set and busy. In addition to visiting family, we will be reporting to about 15 supporting churches and visiting two new churches. It is such a privilege to represent so many ministries in Thailand and we are thankful for each supporter.

Please pray for: Traveling mercies, salvation for a man who still comes regularly (three years this Christmas), Hannah (our youngest daughter) for her college school bill and her university studies (she finishes in May), wisdom in ministry matters, results of outreach and for a young lady in our church who continues to struggle spiritually but is doing better (names are not included for privacy reasons; I hope you understand).

In closing, Frances and I want to express our sincerest thanks for your partnership in our ministry. Your faithful prayers and financial support allow the Thai people to hear the Gospel that sets men free. Thailand is a difficult field, but the Lord is working and by His grace, we will continue to sow the seeds of the Gospel so that one day there might be a great harvest in Thailand.

For Christ in Thailand,
Mike & Francis Frederick

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(Skype Phone) 864-640-4654

The Fredericks in Dec. 2018

Dec 2018

Dear praying partners,

This will be our last prayer letter of 2018, so we want to wish everyone Merry Christmas.

Ministry: This month we celebrate the 14th year of New Life Baptist Church. The church is small but well-grounded and very faithful. It is a great joy to see almost 100% of our church members participate in evangelistic outreach and fellowship activities. The lack of fruit is not due to a lack of effort. To give perspective, the average church in Thailand is approximately 16 individuals (mostly women and children). Almost 60% of churches (all denominations) have no pastor. It sometimes seems like an impossible task, but we know that the Lord loves the Thai people and desires to see them saved. We are called to be faithful, and by God’s grace, we will do that. English classes at the University have taken an unexpected twist as I now teach 30 Chinese exchange students. We need to find a way to communicate the Gospel to them. In a recent class, I discovered that almost all of them had no idea what a church is; they’d never heard of it before.

 

Bible Institute: We recently completed a block class in Apologetics,  taught by a Thai pastor. He challenged the students and was a great example of how the Lord can use a national for His glory. There were several new students who are curious about the Bible School. Lord willing they will apply to study further. In December a fellow missionary will come to teach another block class, “Old Testament Historical Books.” It is a blessing to see other national pastors and missionaries get involved in training nationals for the work of the Lord.

Furlough: We have purchased our tickets and will arrive in the states in February with a return to Thailand in July. If you would like us to stop by to give an update, we still have a few openings, but please notify me as soon as possible via email at mike@thaimissions.org.

Please pray for: Salvation for a man who still comes regularly (three years this Christmas), Hannah (our youngest daughter) for her college school bill and her university studies (she finishes in December), wisdom in ministry matters, results of outreach and for a young lady in our church who continues to struggle spiritually but is doing better (names are not included for privacy reasons; I hope you understand).

In closing Frances and I want to express our sincerest thanks for your partnership in our ministry. It is not easy to support a ministry that you have never seen. The Lord is working and, by His grace, we will continue to sow the seeds of the Gospel so that one day there might be a great harvest in Thailand.

For Christ in Thailand,

Mike & Francis Frederick
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mike@thaimissions.org  66-86-183-1575

Young Ho Lee’s Letter

August 2018

Greetings from South Korea.

It was very sad to hear of Dr. Wade’s home going recently. Dr. Wade labored and spent his lifetime in order to propagate the Gospel of Christ. His testimony has been a great influence upon our ministry. We do miss him greatly but praise God we have a hope of reunion soon. We are praying that the Lord’s presence will be with Mrs. Wade during this time of bereavement.

Praise God for His wonderful grace bestowed on my life and because of it I am still able to preach the Word for His glory. Though being physically limited, I thank God for the strength and God given fervent desire which enables me to keep on keeping on, serving the Lord and sharing the Gospel here in South Korea. We are trying to get ready for a baptismal service and the Lord’s Supper this month. We are going to observe and obey His commandment given to New Testament, Baptist churches.

All of our family is living here in Korea now. Two daughters, a son, and six grandchildren are here in Korea. They need your prayers that they may stay close to God and maintain a good relationship with almighty God.

We are deeply grateful for your support and prayers for our ministry through many years. I believe that we have a God who does recompense for our labour of love and all of your investments made in our work in South Korea.

Because of Calvary,
Young Ho and Cathy Lee
Your Missionaries in Korea

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