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  • Posted on Tuesday, March 03 rd, 2015 at 7:16 am by Joana Jones

    A Meeting at an Amber Dealer’s Home

    By Doug and Linda Pettit The women of a large Li-su church in the Myanmar city of Myitkyina meet twice a month in various homes.    The church is led by Pastor Ah Dee Che, who was our host while we were in Myitkyina.  He is also the director of L...

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  • Posted on Saturday, February 28 th, 2015 at 4:16 pm by Joana Jones

    We Met a Saint

    By Doug and Linda Pettit Mae Mar Sha is in her 80’s.  And she just loves missionaries. We met Mae Mar Sha, and three other members of her family at a nice restaurant in Myitkyina.   It was our understanding that they wanted to tell us about...

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  • Posted on Friday, February 20 th, 2015 at 10:48 am by Joana Jones

    FAME concludes 2015 Myanmar Mission Trip

    By Dr, Dwain Illman Today I saw a Smile of Jesus.  We had a very busy clinic at Pamiti Christian Church outside of Myitkyina.  I was working at my station and noticed a woman holding a small child.  The mother’s smile was enigmatic, beautifu...

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  • Posted on Thursday, February 19 th, 2015 at 7:31 am by Joana Jones

    House Dedication and Amber Mining

    By Doug Pettit Linda and I continue to learn as we spend time in the Kachin State.  Today our host, Ah Dee Che, took us along to house dedication for a young couple from the Lisu ethnic group.  They attend a church we visited and are expecting thei...

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  • Posted on Friday, February 13 th, 2015 at 8:52 am by Joana Jones

    Meet Lydia

    By Doug Pettit Lydia is from the Putao area in extreme north of Myanmar, where you can gaze on the Himalayas. It is a primary Christian region that started when missionaries came in the late 19th century. Whole households came to belief in Christ, li...

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  • Posted on Tuesday, February 10 th, 2015 at 6:50 pm by Joana Jones

    Worth It All!

    By Dr, Dwain Illman There are days when we experience some victories and we say, “it is worth it all!”   My wife Marilyn told this story: I teach the techniques of rehydration, explaining the use of salt, sugar and clean water to make ...

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