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Mark is back in Bangkok after an excellent time in Myanmar.  The visiting pastors on the trip were inspired by the opportunities there and Mark’s preaching at General Council went well.  Friday Mark leaves for northern Thailand for a week to help with a ministry team from River Valley Church.  Please pray for a fruitful, anointed time as they work in a kid’s outreach center, 2 orphanages & 2 churches.

Political unrest in Cambodia has quieted down a bit, PTL.  However, things are heating up in Bangkok with several shootings, bombings and violent clashes leading to hundreds of injuries and several deaths.  PTL that these things are taking place in certain demonstration locations and neither we our missionaries are in danger, but please pray for God’s intervention, for Christians to shine despite the fact that they are split on the political issues, and for resolution to the problem.

Following is a summary of the protest activity from the US State Department for your information and for prayer purposes:

Political demonstrations have been taking place in Thailand regularly since early November 2013. Most protest activity has occurred in the Bangkok area, but on occasion there have also been smaller demonstrations in other areas, including Chiang Mai. … Beginning on January 13, 2014, protestors took control of these intersections, blocking most vehicular traffic, and occasionally redirecting pedestrian traffic. These sites draw large crowds, especially in evenings and on weekends. There is often reduced or no police presence at protest sites, where protest guards frequently control access. While demonstrations have been generally peaceful, some have resulted in injury and death. Violence, including gunshots, was reported on the night of November 30, 2013 in the area of Ramkhamhaeng University in the Bang Kapi district northeast of central Bangkok. At least four persons were killed and several dozen injured. On December 26, demonstrations at an official election event at the Thai-Japanese Sports Complex Stadium in Din Daeng in north central Bangkok escalated into clashes with police, resulting in deaths and serious injuries. On the afternoon of January 17, 2014, an explosive device detonated amid a protest march near the National Stadium and MBK shopping mall at Pathumwan intersection in central Bangkok, which resulted in at least 39 injuries and 1 death. On the same day, there was a confrontation near the Government Center on Changwattana Road in northwestern Bangkok. On January 19, an explosive device detonated in a crowd of demonstrators at Victory Monument, resulting in at least 29 casualties. Throughout the first half of January, additional assaults involving weapons and explosives related to the ongoing political situation occurred at protest sites, both during the day and at night. The Thai government has invoked its Internal Security Act (ISA) throughout Bangkok, which allows authorities to close roads, make arrests; take action against security threats; and increase police presence around government buildings and at other locations. Police have used tear gas, rubber bullets, and other measures to protect government facilities at several locations. In coordination with the government, Thai military personnel have provided additional security at some sites in Bangkok.

We’re back in Thailand after a longer-than-expected trip to the US for a BGMC fund-raiser, leadership meetings in Springfield, MO, and Janie’s dad’s funeral.  Janie’s dad was 88 years old and was a committed believer.  All of Janie’s siblings are strong Christians and the funeral was actually a positive occasion.  PTL for a godly father and for the sure hope we have in an eternal home!

Tomorrow Mark leaves on a 5-day trip to one of our neighboring countries to host a number of US pastors who will be raising funds to help us translate an entire BA Degree in Biblical Studies into the local language.  That is significant, but the more significant thing is their AG General Council, as they will be voting on the entire Executive Committee.  Those elected will have a lot of say in where our relationship with them goes over the next years.  Please pray for that General Council on 15-17 January and for anointing on Mark as he is one of the featured speakers there.

Monday the 13th is a big day in Thailand as political protesters—perhaps 1 million-plus—pledge to put Bangkok to a standstill as they hold protests in 20 significant intersections of the city.  Emotion between pro and anti government supporters is very high and could lead to serious violence.  No one knows what will happen our how long it will happen, so pray for peace and most of all for Thai believers to honor God in their response and that God’s name be exalted.  Pray for Janie as she will be without Mark that day.

Please pray for Cambodia, as they are also going through political upheaval with mass demonstrations against their long-ruling leader and government policies.  In both cases pray that God’s people will glorify God by upholding a righteous standard, displaying compassion for one another despite taking different political sides, and being a light in a chaotic world.

The week following Mark’s trip we will be helping a River Valley Church (MN) team doing an outreach in Northern Thailand.  Our travel schedule is quite full through the first 3 months of this year and we covet your prayers for safety, wisdom, anointing and effectiveness in ministry as we work to impact the most Buddhist places in the world with the love of Jesus.

November 1, 2013

Last weekend we spent 3 days in Chiangmai renewing our visas & work permit, visiting our missionaries and Thai churches there, and preaching at Seri Church.  There are now 7 AG churches in Chiangmai and the growth of Christianity in northern Thailand continues to be strong.  Pray for Seri church as they are needing to expand and are trying to raise $150,000 for land and a new church building.

From Chiangmai we went to Luang Prabang, Laos where our personnel are teaching English and doing other things that are very effectively blessing Laos in Christ’s name.  It was fun to have lunch with a healthy and happy Linda who is continuing her quick and complete recovery from the motorcycle accident we talked about in our recent newsletter.  Next weekend we will visit our personnel in Vietnam to encourage them and strategize for the future.

This month all our area personnel are beginning a weekly fast & prayer day for the Buddhist world.  Each prayer day will coincide with the Buddhist holy day that is based on the 4 phases of the moon during that month.  You are more than welcome to join us in fasting an praying on November 3, 11, 17 and 25.  If you would like to join us on those days, please email us at mark.durene@agmd.org and we will send you specific prayer information each month.

Finally, to give you a bit of insight into our world, last week Thailand’s most senior Buddhist leader, Supreme Patriarch Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara died at 100.  A city-wide praise and prayer gathering of all Chiangmai Christians was postponed because the National Police Department has ordered no public celebrations for 2 weeks.  A letter from the organizers is copied below.

Thank you so much for blessing PenAsia with your prayers!

Mark & Janie

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Dear Praying Friends,

Our upcoming Bless Chiang Mai Praise and Prayer Gathering this coming Friday, 1 November has been postponed to 28 February 2014.  Last Friday, Thailand most senior Buddhist leader, Supreme Patriarch Somdet Phra Nyanasamvara died at 100.  Our Bless CM Gathering falls on the 30 day period of national mourning.

We would like to express our condolences to the beloved Thai Buddhists and show God’s love to them at this time.  During this period of mourning, the Police Department has requested Bars, Pubs and Entertainment venues to not entertain with singing, shows and music until 7 November, 2014. 

Singing, dancing, jumping unto the Lord as well as music are important parts of our outdoor Praise and Prayer Gathering at Tha Pae Gate, situated right in the middle of the City.  This will become very inappropriate at this time.  Thank you for your understanding.  We hope to see you in February 2014.

Blessings,
Jxxxx Jxxxxxxxxxxx
(On behalf of the Bless Chiang Mai Prayer Committee)

October 8, 2013

Greetings friends. We’re still alive despite our silence the last few months! We’re so sorry about the long silence. At times it’s hard to know what to share and what is best not to in our travel and activities. Still, we do want and need your
prayers, and will try to do better to include you in our work and place our prayer needs before you.

In July all the Asia Pacific regional personnel that were able, attended a 3-day retreat in Chiangmai.  The theme of the retreat was “spend yourself.”  Click here to check out our region’s thought-provoking and challenging video.  SPENDYOURSELF is central to what we have been doing in travelling to northern Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam over the past 3 months. In the coming weeks we are planning trips to

PRAY

  1. Pray for us in our upcoming trips to northern Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and possibly Myanmar once again.  Please pray for our personnel in each country. Pray for their protection, provision, anointing and success in their work.
  2. Pray for the 12-year-old son of one of our Country Moderators who has been diagnosed with a form of Muscular Dystrophy. He needs a miracle.

Thank you so much for praying for us and for PenAsia.

May 31, 2013

  • Thank you for praying for Pastor Sawang!  He is out of the hospital and improving daily.  Immediately following the stroke he lost all movement and feeling in his right side, and lost his ability to speak.  Today he is able to move and speak, and with the help of daily physical therapy he is improving quickly and expects a full recovery in the coming months.  Please continue to keep Pastor Sawang in your prayers.  God has provided a fill-in pastor for the Phu Sang church and they are doing well.
  • We ask for your prayers Missionary Training and Renewal in Springfield, MO June 8-28.  We are blessed to be able to help prepare new personnel coming to our Area during these days.  Pray that God will use this time to build people who are fully prepared in mind and heart to be fruitful wherever they go and whatever they do.
  • Pray for the Asia Pacific Regional Retreat in Chiangmai this July 16-19.  Mark & Janie are hosting this retreat for some 275 people.  We will be talking about direction and strategy in our efforts over the coming years.  Pray for our preparations and for this very important time for Asia Pacific.

 

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