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Son Thuy Church Needs Help


Pastor Paul Hoang is a leader of the underground churches in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam.  He has been imprisoned for his faith three times, has planted dozens of churches and has led thousands to faith in Christ.  He is among the most successful and fruitful Christians I have ever worked with.

My adventures with pastor Hoang, requires that I travel with him in his sagging 1994 Toyota Corolla.  Recently, his 26-year-old Corolla finally gave up the ghost.  We are raising funds to purchase the pictured Indonesian-built Suzuki XL7 and are very close to our goal.  Every contribution, in whatever amount, gets pooled together.  It is the power of team—collective giving.  We…can do this!

$4,998 out of $25K raised

Son Thuy Church Needs Our Help

The familiar adage goes like this: “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”


It’s lemonade time for our tribal church plant in the Son Thuy village—located in the mountains of northern Vietnam.
You can tell by the picture the church is thriving, but they will soon be evicted.  Their landlord doesn’t want to rent to a church.  Although the members are all poor farmers making an average of $50/month, they have raised $3,000.  They need another $7,000 to complete the church before becoming homeless as a congregation.  

God knows where His people are who are givers and are quick to help their brothers and sisters in need.  We are communicating this development and urgent need to our faithful partners.  If you wish to help the Son Thuy church, please send earmarked funds by mail or use the donate page of our website.  


At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. The goal is equality, as it is written: “The one who gathered much did not have too much, and the one who gathered little did not have too little.” (2 Cor 8:14)