Fundraising Target


(Not Tax Deductible)

Project Type

Education & Training


Raised so far this year

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Project Code: TNbl205

Glenn, Liz, Seb, Levi and Oliver have recently relocated to Chiang Rai to join the semi-rural cluster working among the Ethnic Thai. This move has come out of a recognition that there is a current need for their children to attend a school and the most appropriate one is the international school in Chiang Rai.

After much prayer and counsel, they are confident that God has led them to a new area that He has set apart for them. Seb and Levi have recently begun attending the local International Christian School and Oliver will join them in the new Northern Hemisphere school year, commencing August 2019. 

As this is an unpredicted move, their international school fees for the three boys are higher than their budgeted home schooling but Glenn and Liz are confident this is necessary not only for the boys to have a good education but for them to have their personal needs met in order to live a healthy childhood.

Glenn and Liz are also excited about the boys having schooling as it frees them up to focus closely on their culture and language program and building relationships within their new community. They praise God for this provision.

This is an annual project. Any gifts received above the target amount will contribute to next year's budget.

Gifts to this project are NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE.

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