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December 2021

BIBLE SCHOOL UPDATE

Our bible students just finished up their fourth class module, New Testament Survey. We have spent three hours a day for the past six weeks studying each book of the New Testament. The five weeks prior we went through the entire Old Testament so they have officially gone through the entire bible in eleven weeks. Great emphasis was added to the fact that every book in the Bible (yes, even the Old Testament) points to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The students made notecards, created notebooks and wrote papers on assigned books of both the Old and New Testament to help them dig deeper into the Word of God. Additionally, we have had the students work on typing their work on the computer to give them some experience with using a computer and practice their typing skills.
This week we are all on break and will resume our studies on January 3rd. They will be doing a book study and also working towards some required service hours by helping with the food and medicine distribution we will be doing in the villages this month. In January, we will begin our longest and possibly most intense study on Bible Doctrine. It will run approximately nine weeks so please pray for strength, understanding, and wisdom.
Sometimes the daily work on the mission field is not very photogenic. You would get quite board if I took photos of what I do everyday. It’s not colorful. It’s not new and shiny. It’s just work...consistent bible teaching every day, over and over....and it’s exactly what God has called me here to do, and I couldn’t be happier.




VISITING VILLAGES

This past weekend, we had the opportunity to visit the Hmong village Huay Luek. I have had the pleasure of getting to know their pastor and I am very encouraged by his testimony and boldness for true doctrine. Pastor Adoon told me he had to leave a Hmong baptist fellowship of churches because they were perverting the Gospel. When I asked him to clarify he told me, “some in the group were preaching that Jesus did 99% of the work on the cross, now you must do your part (1%).” He said, “This is not the gospel! Jesus did 100% and finished his work on the cross.” AMEN! It is also promising to see his burden for local mission work. He told me that the Hmong tribe in Thailand are one of the largest unreached hill tribe groups with an extremely high percentage of animists. The Hmong in our area have no foreign missionaries working with them. He is very burdened for his people and has been actively visiting villages with the gospel. Please pray that more Men would be burdened with the lost here in Thailand!




FOOD DISTRIBUTION

This past weekend, we had the opportunity to visit the Hmong village Huay Luek. I have had the pleasure of getting to know their pastor and I am very encouraged by his testimony and boldness for true doctrine. Pastor Adoon told me he had to leave a Hmong baptist fellowship of churches because they were perverting the Gospel. When I asked him to clarify he told me, “some in the group were preaching that Jesus did 99% of the work on the cross, now you must do your part (1%).” He said, “This is not the gospel! Jesus did 100% and finished his work on the cross.” AMEN! It is also promising to see his burden for local mission work. He told me that the Hmong tribe in Thailand are one of the largest unreached hill tribe groups with an extremely high percentage of animists. The Hmong in our area have no foreign missionaries working with them. He is very burdened for his people and has been actively visiting villages with the gospel. Please pray that more Men would be burdened with the lost here in Thailand!






For HIS Glory, Matthew Villandry

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