|The above picture was made 16 years ago 200 miles deep into the Gobi Desert of Mongolia.
When God is in something it keeps on going and going. One full time Christian medical doctor and three
full time nurses and full time workers. We like to show what God can do when we give Him all the glory.
Dear Loved Ones in Christ,
Mitch and Baljamaa in front of one of our anti-abortion clinics in Ulaanbaatar (above)
|God bless each and every one of you and thank you with all our hearts for your faithfulness in helping as you do
financially and in prayer.
At the Judgment Seat of Christ you will be rewarded for this. We always keep records of your help in our permanent
files to remember your concern in helping as you do. I have been thinking also of
I Corinthians 15:58 which reads "...forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord."
We give God all the glory as we continue reach others with the gospel of Christ – evangelizing, discipling, and showing
God’s love in Thailand and Mongolia.
We thank the Lord for Mitch Tillman, my son and his wife and three adopted Mongolian children, as they oversee the
works in Mongolia. These ministries include adult churches, many children’s churches, the largest orphanage accepted
by the government, feeding centers, the hospital located over 200 miles into the Gobi Desert, and anti-abortion clinics.
The anti-abortion clinics continue to be a great outreach. Every month we see women come to accept the Lord Jesus
Christ as their Savior, many change their minds and choose not to abort their baby, and many attend weekly bible
studies at our clinics in Ulaanbaatar.
Most recently we have extended our anti-abortion ministry to reach women in the Gobi at our hospital in the desert
there. We thank the Lord for Mitch and Baljamaa – we could not do the ministries in Mongolia without them.
In praying for these ministries please remember our leper home in Thailand. As the lepers face physical challenges;
health is often a concern. I would ask you to pray for one of our ladies who was admitted to the hospital yesterday with
heart and liver problems, her name is Ta.
We praise the Lord for sending Rose Miller to our work in Thailand. As she heads our ministry there she lives with the
lepers at our home where she sleeps, eats, cares, and loves them.
In mentioning Rose this verse comes to mind, Romans 16:1,2. reads, "I commend unto you Phebe our sister, which is
a servant of the church which is at Cenchrea: That ye receive her in the Lord, as becometh saints, and that ye assist her
in whatsoever business she hath need of you: for she hath been a succourer of many, and of myself also."
Sharing the good news of Jesus Christ is what our ministry is about. Not long ago, Rose took a group from our leper
home north to the Thai/Burma border to pass out tracks. Some were nervous in going because they had never gone out
to evangelize with tracts while others had people reject and throw the tracts down in the past. So they prayed and asked
God for His help and leading. That day, they gave out all the tracts they had (over two hundred) at the border and
along the route to the police at the checkpoints. The group rejoiced and thanked the Lord for how He led that day and in
how receptive everyone was in receiving the tracts.
Thank the Lord for the blessing of you friends who pray for us and help us with the financial needs that are
greatly needed every month. We give God all the glory and honor for all that is happening in Thailand and Mongolia.
Of course, again, we thank God for doing all that is being done, and also for friends as you who permit the Lord to work
Sincerely in Christ and God's great love,
|Our anti-abortion ministry to women in the Gobi Desert at our hospital there.(above)
|Please pray for Ta, one of our ladies from our leper
home in Thailand, who has been hospitalized with
heart and liver problems. (photo on left above)
|In the photo above on the right is Rose Miller at the
Thai/Burma border passing out tracks. And below, a
couple of our men from the leper home pictured
sharing the gospel at the border.