Pastor says, “We need harvesters as well as barn for storing crops. Help us with your prayer to accomplish Church building.” Kyaing Tone is a border city in the eastern part of Shan State. The people living there are Chinese, Shan, Akha and Lahu. Most of them are framers, some traders and some merchants.
Apart from Full Gospel Mission, there are two other Churches in Kyaing Tone. Pastor RamBik and the team started Kyaing Tone Mission in June, 2010. Within the first five months, twelve people accepted Christ and were baptized. The people who got saved from 2011 to 2014 are as follows: in 2011 – 8 people, in 2013 – 7 people and in 2014 – 4 people respectively. It makes up 31 people in total. There are two mission fields in Kyaing Tone: 12 households in the mountain mission and 8 households in Kyaing Tone.
They have Gospel and fellowship programmes twice a week and Home Cells on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. On the first 3 days of every month and on every Friday, they have fasting and prayer meeting. The Church also conducts two seminars every year. They started laying foundation of the Church building in December 2013 by the faithful partnership of Oak Sin and her family. The building is planned to be two-storeyed tall and about 35 feet in width. However, the Church building process has been postponed due to financial difficulty.
Paster RamBik and his wife, Kyi Kyi Mar, have two children – Sonia and BawiBik. In addition to pastor and his wife, Phillipu, Na Shaw and ENayLa are also ministering in the Kyaing Tone Mission.
Pastor says, “We need harvesters as well as barn for storing crops. Help us with your prayer to accomplish Church building.” God is calling you to be a part of his ministry.