I made the most distant and emotional travel up to the North, which is close to the Laos border where the villagers have no electric and no roads.
I got dizzy as I was looking at the three level road, allegedly the most zig-zagging road that I have ever seen. You will need a "head of heights" to tackle the high-altitude of these mountains. I was wondering how local people can live and shelter in places like that. Is there any hope for the Hmong Villagers?
Born in a central highland of Vietnam, I witnessed the change of many villagers by the Gospel. When the Gospel comes, it changes culture, customs, habits, and behaviors, and new life comes. New life in Christ impulses villagers seeking wisdom and who value education. When the church is strong, the community of villagers become strong; this comes from a good Christian education.
We believe that Christian education is a way of hope for villagers. I appeal you to pray and take part in this ministry with us.
“To them God has chosen to make known among the Gentiles the glorious riches of this mystery, which is Christ in you, the hope of glory.” (Colossians 1:27).