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Training Leaders Through Grace Ministries with Pastor Kiatisak

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About Training Leaders Through Grace Ministries with Pastor Kiatisak

God is using a faithful church in Bangkok, Thailand to bring the gospel to the "forgotten people" in poor areas and tribes along the borders and hill tribes of Thailand in a fast way.

Grace Ministries call Grace Baptist Church in Bangkok, Thailand home base, but from there, they extend to the borders of Thailand and into Myanmar, China, and Laos. Led by the highly-educated Pastor Kiatisak, Grace Ministries has been growing and multiplying since the 1980s.

Today, Grace Ministries is reaching the marginalized Akha people, training pastors in four countries, running an orphanage and daycare center, doing tribal leadership training, and planing churches among hill tribes.

Latest Updates from Training Leaders Through Grace Ministries with Pastor Kiatisak

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Seeds of Faithfulness Bearing Fruit

Pastor Kiatisak is a man who has sewn seeds of faithfulness in the hill tribes of Thailand for years and now he is seeing them bear fruit.

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Getting to Border Churches Desperate for Rice

Many of their dear friends across the border in Myanmar have suffered with sickness and hunger. They were desperate for rice.

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Serving One Another in the Hills

"The ministry at our hill tribes churches are doing well and seem to me that they are staying safe and better than those of us in the city."

Salvation in the Hill Tribes

COVID inspired the Grace Ministries team to use house-to-house evangelism among the hill tribes in Thailand.

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This Is an Akha Welcome Team

Praise God for this Akha welcome team at a new church building in an Akha village. These people have heard the gospel as a result of Grace Ministries.

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God Gives Thailand Ministry Something to Look Back On

Oh, what a treasure when, in addition to Scriptural truth, the Lord gives us an opportunity to look back to personal memories of his faithfulness.

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Not Enough Space!

It's really a good problem when there's not enough space at your church. It means people are hearing God's Word and developing a relationship with Him.

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The Multi-Faceted Grace Ministries

Grace Ministries (based out of Bangkok, Thailand) is a multi-faceted evangelism and discipleship ministry, focusing on several key strategies.

The Road to Mandalay

The ministry at Mandalay among the Chinese is growing and God continues to add new believers to the church! Thankfully, travel from Thailand to Mandalay has become easier now that the governments are cooperating and requiring less paperwork to travel between countries. Please pray that the Lord would give them wisdom in this endeavor and […]

Strategy for Reaching the Unreached

In November, there will be a ministry meeting with 19 tribal pastors from 2 different countries. The pastors will be strategizing about how to better reach the unreached and do ministry among the people. One of the pastors has spent the last year doing outreach in a new village area establishing a local church. God […]

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  • Pray that the Christian leaders from tribal areas will be trained well at each of the upcoming conferences
  • That the 100 children in the orphanage program come to know Jesus as their savior
  • Pray for God's Word to spread among the hill tribes in Thailand and beyond
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