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MV Dannok Baptist Church , Songkhla Province , Southern Thailand
Rev. Nipon Paengtun & family
Rev. Nipon & his wife Kanyanat, who were serving in the Thai ministry at Langkawi was called to serve the Lord in Dannok, border town of Thailand and Malaysia. Rev. Nipon & his wife started a church there in year 2014 with just 5 persons. The church has grown to about 40-50 people and about 30 children. God has brought children who are abandoned by their parents or single mothers who are involved in the flesh trade in Dannok. There are many street kids in Dannok . We would round them up every Sunday and bring them to church . Rev. Nipon & his wife reaches out with love to them with physical & spiritual food. At times and would bring these children for outings. Indeed this means so much to these children who does not know their biological parents and does not care about them , mostly working in the nightclubs there. At the moment , we do not have a Christian children’s home in South Thailand to house them with house parent but its our vision and prayer that the Lord will provide us with the finances to build a church sanctuary and a building/home to house these children.
Rev. Nipon also reaching out to women in the sex trade whereby some of them have received Christ and turned away from their previous profession. Our goal is to train these repentant women to earn a living in other professions such as hair styling, baking, etc. If we are able to help them to find another job, the “street kids” problem could be potentially solved.
The church are reaching out to neglected children from broken homes and ladies who works in the night life. Some ministries of this church providing lunch for the poor and neglected children every Sunday.
Blessing the poor families in Dannok with foodstuff andsecond hand clothings especially milk powder to single mother who have babies.
Please pray for :
1) Dannok Church to have its own land for church sanctuary and a building that will be used as a home for orphans,children from broken families, parents who are under drug addiction and some parents who are sentenced to imprisonment for a period
2) Church van to be used for children ministry, outreach to surrounding areas and to transport mission teams.