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St Peter’s Bible School in Toungoo Diocese, Myanmar is training men and women, and hundreds of St Peter’s graduates are currently throughout Myanmar ministering as ordained and lay ministers.
Students and members of the faculty spend their Christmas and Summer holidays by visiting parishes regularly but they have to use public transportation which is not reliable, expensive and requires so much time.
This project seeks to give the school a vehicle to help with transportation which will enable the clergy to further minister to their communities.
A representative from St Peter’s Bible School told ABM, “If the school could have a vehicle for transportation it would be very helpful and useful in its ministry and mission. The school could also get some regular income by having the vehicle rented by the community when they need its service. Both school and community would be benefited.”
Please give to this project so a vehicle can be purchased to reach the local people and share the good news of the church more effectively.
MM010UF needs $12,000 in 2016 (non tax-deductible)
HOW TO DONATE
You can make an online donation to this project by selecting Myanmar: Income Generation and Transportation for Bible School from the full project list.
Alternatively, for donations by cheque/money order (made out to the Anglican Board of Mission – Australia), telephone or email, view contact details here. Please don’t forget to include the project name and/or code with your payment details.
Gifts to ABM will be applied to the support of project(s) selected. In the unlikely event of the project being oversubscribed or not proceeding to completion, donations will be applied to a similar project to the one(s) selected.
July 2016 – ABM is proud to announce that St. Peter’s Bible School now has a reliable source of transportation, thanks to the generosity of our donors. Read more