Thailand Trips - 23 July - 6 August

In conjunction with Wellington Elim, SEED Ministries will be taking 2 teams to Thailand in late July/early August. In accordance with our vision for exposure trips, the broad objectives are:-

1. To encourage and minister to the spiritual and emotional needs of the local body of Christ, empowering them to reach their nations for Jesus.

2. To minister to the felt need of the community through the local fellowship of believers.

SEED team currently in Thailand

A SEED team is currently visiting the Karen Refugee camps in Thailand and is scheduled to return to Singapore on 5th Dec 2004.

Praise God for the good response, mainly from members of Emmanuel A/G, towards medicine, blankets and other supplies for the refugees - both in the camps and inside Myanmar. Our thanks also to all who donated towards team expenses.

CANCELLED - Info session for Indochina Mission - Jan/Feb 2005

As this trip will only be open to current attendees of the Condensed World Mission Course, we will not be holding a public info session. Sorry for any confusion.

For more information, email Kevin

To Empower The Church In Nagaland

From 8 - 26 September 2004, SEED will dispatch a five-member team from Singapore to conduct a Church Empowerment Program (CEP) mission to the Church leaders of four Baptist associations in Nagaland. Pray with us and for us as we impact the leaders of a nation which claims to be 90 percent "Christian", so that they will, in turn, challenge their people to reach their neighbouring Indian states and the Himalayan nations with the love of Jesus and the hope of the Gospel.

Nagaland Team back!!

PRAISE GOD!!! The 5-person team that has just been to Nagaland in now back in Bangkok! Initial reports speak of successful ministry accompanied by the usual bout of food poisoning, travel sickness etc. More information to follow when Allan gets around to his report.

Thank you all for your prayers, and thank God for all that he has done and will continue to do among His church in Nagaland!

Rebels to lift Kathmandu blockade (BBC News)

Maoist rebels in Nepal say they are suspending a week-old blockade of the capital, Kathmandu.

A rebel statement said the move was in response to appeals from human rights groups, businesses and ordinary Nepali citizens. The rebels are demanding the release of detained comrades and investigations into how other colleagues died. However, in the last few days a growing number of lorry drivers have been defying the rebels.

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