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Wrapping The Good News For Thais

Wrapping The Good News For Thais

Google+ Protestant missionaries first came to Thailand in 1828 and have worked without interruption to the present. However, the response to the message of the Gospel has been disturbingly slow when contrasted to the amount of time missionaries have been in the country and to the amount of effort expended in bringing the Gospel to […]

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Role of Church Buildings in Thai-Missions?

Role of Church Buildings in Thai-Missions?

A very good article on the effect that Church buildings have [or not] in Church-planting by foreign Missionaries in Thailand – A must read and I also ask the same question as John Lambert: Thai Church: If You Build It They Will Come? One of the more interesting things that I have come across in […]

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A Study of Christian Mission in Thailand

A Study of Christian Mission in Thailand

Christianity has been introduced to Thailand by two major Christian missions: Roman Catholic mission which has gained its foothold in Thailand since the second half of the sixteenth century, and Protestant mission which has begun its work since the first half of the nineteenth century. Though it is quite a long period of time of […]

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Thai Buddhists conversion to Christianity

Thai Buddhists conversion to Christianity

Conversion is complex. It is about the change in the life of someone, which includes all aspects of being. The way to explain conversion is therefore even more complex. Trough the ages, and especially during the last centuries, psychologists, anthropologists, theologians and sociologists are discussing about the definition of and reasons for conversion, and in […]

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Thailand Church National Plan 2020

Thailand Church National Plan 2020

God is moving in an amazing way in Thailand. There are very few countries in the world where Christians have come together in such a concerted, prayerful and strategic way to reach their nation for Christ. Thailand, a nation of 65 million people, is 94% Buddhist, 5% Muslim and 1% Christian. Yet, even though they […]

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A Multi-Dimensional Model of Contextualization

A Multi-Dimensional Model of Contextualization

The Development Of A Multi-Dimensional Approach To Contextualization In Northeast Thailand: Dr. Charles Kraft, in Contextualizing in Three Dimensions, summarizes that most missionary effort at contextualization has been one-sided, concentrating primarily on the contextualization of theological knowledge in the cognitive realm: As I look at the literature concerning contextualization, I note a tendency to focus […]

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Missions – Thai Music

Missions – Thai Music

NTM Thai Videos Unless specified, Videos are not the products of NTM – but originate from external sources. Intercession Song, by Bongkote DEBBIE “I Have Everything”. Who will GO? Northern-thai music. Worship in a Northern Thai Church Northern Thai Folk Dance Thai Northern folk song Northern Thailand Music I Love & Worship Jesus Jesus is […]

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Churchplanting Videos

Churchplanting Videos

NTM Church Planting Videos Unless specified, Videos are not the products of NTM – but originate from external sources. YWAM Thailand Local Ministry in Thailand God at Work in Thailand – Larry Martin God at Work in Thailand – Jan Martin Church Planting Phenomenon CPMs – Like A Mighty Wave Gospel for Asia part 1 […]

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A Thailand Mission Strategy

A Thailand Mission Strategy

Situation in Thailand Thailand has been open to missionaries for over 200 years. However, less than 0.5% of the population even claims to be a Christian, and a majority of those claim they are a Christian because their parents were Christian or that they observe and practice Christian activities (baptism, church attendance, etc.). It is […]

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Strategy To Multiple Rural Churches In Thailand

Strategy To Multiple Rural Churches In Thailand

A CENTRAL THAILAND CASE STUDY By Alex G. Smith One of the major tasks facing the Church of Jesus Christ today is to effectively plant self-propagating churches in the rural areas of the world, especially across the heavily populated plains of Asia. About 65 per cent of the world’s burgeoning population is found in Asia. […]

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