BURMA: God at Work among Soldiers

Source Mission Network News, April 8, 2015

In Burma, God is drawing soldiers closer to himself in the midst of war.

Free Burma Rangers released a report saying attacks in the Southeast Asian nation are the [greatest] they’ve been since fighting renewed in 2011 after the 17-year ceasefire was broken. Karen News cited Human Rights Watch saying the conflict had led to more than 100,000 displaced civilians.

Despite the danger, a Vision Beyond Borders contact is putting her life on the line to minister to Kachin soldiers on the front lines.

The courage and compassion of this dedicated believer puts life in perspective, says VBB’s Dyann Romeijn. “Things in this life might be fatal, but they aren’t final. And it’s an example of a modern-day person living out that type of faith, that belief that what God calls us to is much more important than our personal safety.”

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