Thailand, The Leper Colonies
These are pictures of Sawat who was the pastor at the
Prapadange Leper Colony. Tommy Tillman  knew him
for over 30 years and he had leprosy for longer. He had
gone blind in his later years and went home to be with
the Lord (a few years ago)
where he received his glorified new body. No one
knows how his wife didn't catch leprosy, but she had
been with him since Tommy met them.
This is a picture above is of a leper woman from the
leper colony in prapadange. The leprosy has eaten her
fingers and her left leg.
This is a picture of a man (below) at our church in
the Prapadange Leper Colony. He is in the early
stages of leprosy. Look at the discoloration on his leg.
This is one of the last surviving pictures of Mrs. Nu,
after Hurricane Katrina. The man on the left is her
husband, (Wun) he said he could have left her when she
caught leprosy, and not have caught it himself, but he
loved her too much. They are both mentioned in the
book, Embracing the Untouchables. She is now in
heaven with her glorified new body.
Wun still faithfully serves at our Mae Lao leper home.
(Pictured above)
This is a picture of Mrs. Nu's foot (Above)
This is a leper man at Christmas time, we gave
them all presents. We supply food, clothes, and
rooms for lepers. (above)
We have won many lepers to the Lord.
Pictured above is Tommy leading a leper to the Lord.
They love to pray for their brothers and sisters in Christ,
during morning prayer meetings.
The Lord is working miracles with the lepers.
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Pictured left is recent photo of Wun and Tommy Tillman.
Pictured above is Rose Miller, one of our leper men, and
Tommy Tillman. We praise the Lord for sending Rose to
head our ministry in Thailand with the lepers.
Often the lepers will come to us from  off of the streets,
or from oppressive living conditions to live in our home.
This man (above) was a drunkard when he came to us.
Here, Rose is sharing the gospel and confirming his
assurance of salvation.