(Not Tax Deductible)
Education & Training|Living Expenses
Raised so far this year
Project Code: TMwh207
As faith communities grow in Thailand, our team has identified a new location among least-reached Ethnic Thai for focused work. Luke, Belle and their three children moved there late last year and are settling in, growing in culture and language understanding and building new, authentic relationships. This is an exciting time for the team’s work among Ethnic Thai!
This area, however, does not have any suitable schooling for children of our cross-cultural workers. Home-schooling remains the only viable option for families who work in rural towns. To support and enable long-term ministry in these areas, it is critical that families have the education support they require so that the children of our cross-cultural workers still receive an education compatible with education levels in Australia. This project addresses that need by raising funds to cover very basic living expenses in Thailand as the team host self-funded volunteers who go and provide much needed home-schooling assistance.
There is currently a need for teachers to help Luke, Belle and their children. If you know anyone that might be interested in being a volunteer home-school teacher, please contact your local State Office.
Gifts to this project are NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE.
By going yourself, or financially supporting this project, you are releasing Luke and Belle to better balance family and ministry among Ethnic Thai people.
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