Teaching Unreached Women to Sew

Indigenous Missionaries know that unreached women need a way to make money and they need Jesus to save them from their sin, shame, and fear.

Sewing is the means; Jesus is the reason.

Indigenous Missionaries Know The Needs

Indigenous missionaries in Myanmar know the needs of the unreached people groups around them. Indigenous missionaries know that these unreached women need a way to make money. They need Jesus to save them from their sin, shame, and fear.

That’s why a new Dorcas Sewing Center has opened especially for ladies from the unreached people group in that area. Five ladies from the Danu people group have started the basic three-month course under the direction of a Danu lady who has completed nine months of training at the first Dorcas Sewing Center.

Multiplying Faith Through Sewing Ministry

The Danu lady came to Christ through the ministry of an indigenous missionary serving with the Mobilizing to Unreached People Groups project named KB. Evening devotions and fellowship are part of the program. KB and his wife care for the sewing ladies like family.

They listen to stories about their lives in the village and encourage them to learn about the Creator God who is greater than all the spirits worshipped in fear in the villages.