Forty Kilometers away from Chiang Mai City, we drove up to a small Hmong village of a far side of a mountain. Our destination is a little school of 400 students, kindergarten to grade six located at the top of ot the mountain.
After many winding turns, we saw shacks and houses where the Hmong hill tribe people live. we continue to climb to get to the school.
As we drove up the road, we saw a sign that says, "Jesus is the Judge of the World" Evidence of missionary work that started evangelism here at some point.
When we finally reached the school, we were greeted by a few kindergarteners at recess. The precious Hmong children are dressed in their tribal attire each Friday of a school week.
The purpose of the visit was to continue to build support and relationship with the school in order that we may soon go into the classrooms to share Jesus with the students in teaching English . Tell them about God's love through puppet shows, music and drama, being able to conduct church service in the school assembly.
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Wilai Wilkerson, Missionary
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