“So I Baptized Them All”

Baptized them all

This little gospel tract titled “The Ancient Path” packs a powerful punch and it’s having a tremendous impact throughout Asia as more and more evangelists are using it in their outreaches.

And by “evangelists,” we mean national believers who have dedicated their lives to reach their own people in their own countries for Christ.

Suanpu Systematically Travels Myanmar

One such evangelist is Suanpu, a Burmese national, who has been raised up and trained to share the gospel and witness to unbelievers in his country.

Using “The Ancient Path” tract, Suanpu has been evangelizing new areas around his village. He has been systematically traveling farther out each time. And he is also returning to areas where he has passed out tracts, shown videos, and had opportunities to teach to follow up after his efforts.

This is tough plowing in very gospel-resistant soil. Although there is constant opposition, God is blessing and Suanpu is seeing converts among the Buddhists in his area.

Suanpu “Baptizes Them All”

Here is his report from the last few months:

The Lord has answered our prayers and six people with whom I have shared the gospel decided and confessed that they believe in Jesus as the only true God and Savior and decided to follow Him. They wanted to get baptized, so I baptized them all.


About Printing the Story of Jesus

A little booklet called "The Ancient Path" circulating in several languages throughout Southeast Asia talks about how the story of Jesus wasn’t just made up by Westerners. It details how the true account of Jesus begins way before Buddha, Confucius, or Mohammad.

So far, "The Ancient Path" is printed in six languages: Vietnamese, Burmese, Chin, traditional characters Mandarin, simplified characters Mandarin, and now Nepali. Plus, Mongolian, Urdu, Rakhine Arakanese, and Maithili are underway and should be available for print soon. The project is looking to expand into to more Asian languages and to print what is being requested by the Christian community for distribution.