After the military coup earlier this year, the situation in Myanmar has completely deteriorated into chaos and continued crisis. The people of Myanmar are facing numerous tragedies as you read these words. They need your help.
Our ministry leader in Myanmar, Brother Michael, is asking us to help in the midst of this dire situation. Violence is escalating. Protesters are on the streets. Healthcare workers aren’t allowed to treat the injured and many of them who have helped were forced into hiding. Medical supplies are scarce, and the healthcare system is collapsing. And the number of COVID-19 cases is exploding.
Myanmar is desperate. How can you help?
Join the army of prayer warriors worldwide in praying for Myanmar. Pray for our ministry leaders who are serving on the frontlines there. Ask God to show them clearly where to go next and how to stay safe. Pray that the power of God’s Word will overcome this destructive attack of the enemy.
Please consider giving to help our ministry leaders have what they urgently need to continue ministry. They need not only Scripture materials and Bibles, but also food and medical supplies to sustain their lives.
This verse shares the heart cry of our ministry partners: “I am oppressed and needy! May the Lord pay attention to me! You are my helper and my deliverer! O my God, do not delay!” (Psalm 40:17). Let’s walk with these faithful ministry partners. Pray for help and healing to Myanmar and consider giving today.
In His service,
Ellis Craft grew up in Thailand and the Philippines, where his parents were missionaries. He now serves Reach A Village as International Ministry Director for Southeast Asia, interacting with our ministry partners overseas. Ellis did master's degree work in Community Development at North Park University and in Ministry Leadership at Moody Theological Seminary.