Missions in Myanmar
God is working in Myanmar. National, indigenous Christian leaders are doing missions in Myanmar to share the gospel with their own people, plant churches, and serve the local community. Myanmar is considered a part of the 10/40 window. This means it is located in an area in the Eastern Hemisphere where most people do not know Jesus Christ. Despite everyday challenges, high-impact missions in Myanmar are possible and thriving as national believers who know the culture, language, and opportunities lead the way.
What’s Your Role?
Our national partners invite you to join them in mission in Myanmar. Through praying, giving, and serving in specific ways alongside our national partners (either on your own, with a small group, or with your entire church), you can have impact in Myanmar. Get to know our national partners doing missions in Myanmar.
We'd love to get to know you and discuss how God is calling you.
Partners & Projects
God laid the village of Khai-Kam on Kimpi's heart and God has seen fit to begin a church in this village that is now ready to build its own building.
"My goal is to go, reach the unreached, and make disciples," Tungpi said.
This Bible college has graduated thousands of high calibur students who are leading ministries and reaching their own people for Christ in Myanmar.
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary in Myanmar turns national believers into mature evangelists, who will make disciples in their country.
Biak and Esther have started this ministry to give kids a safe place to live, learn, grow, and (most importantly) hear about God's love as a Father.
Hope International School provides an opportunity for teachers and Christian students to share the hope of Christ with non-believing students and parents.
A group of indigenous evangelical leaders in Myanmar have mobilized to strategically reach unreached people groups in the country.
In 2009, Suan and his wife were called to reach rural Burmese Buddhists who had no idea who Jesus is.