While I'm at homeschool

By Chad Loftis and Brian Yung | Thailand in Pacific Asia

Millions of ethnically Thai people have virtually no access to the gospel. 

While there are vibrant churches in Thailand, most of the Christians who make up 0.6 per cent of the population come from minority groups near the major cities.

SIM Thailand is working to partner with Thai churches to spread the good news in parts of the country where most people have never met a Christian. 

Many of our church-planting teams include families with young children who, because there are few other options, are being home-schooled. While these kids are home-schooling their parents learn the Thai language, build relationships, teach English, hold discipleship groups, organise gospel-oriented sport clubs and otherwise serve the communities where they live.

We need home school teachers to help free them to do this crucial work!

If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering with SIM to minister to these incredible kids and their parents all while experiencing a new culture and having opportunities to live out your faith in communities that barely know about Jesus contact thailand.personnel@sim.org.

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