Wednesday, February 2, 2011

"A Taste of Thailand" is coming soon to Alabama & Mississippi - Updated Feb 2, 2011

Please consider this an invitation to a night of inspiration and reflection of how God is penetrating Thailand’s Darkness. We will begin the night with a meal followed by several powerful testimonies of God’s amazing power to build His church even in some of the darkest places in the world. Jesus said, “I will build my church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.”

We will have several special guests with us including two directly from the field, Michael Johnson who is NTIM’s VP and Field Director as well as Phuangphet Sombatjaruenkit, better known as Phet, who is one of our Thai national leaders in the ministry.

The only thing you need to bring is an empty stomach, an open heart and a small donation to help offset some of the cost for our meal. Please help us know how many meals to prepare for by sending Michael a short email confirmation of how many people will be coming in your party and to which location. Michael’s email is:

WHEN: Saturday, Feb 19, 2011 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
WHERE: First Baptist Church, Florence, MS, Fellowship Hall
COORDINATOR: Beverly Bridges

WHEN: Thursday, March 3, 2011 • 6:00pm - 7:30pm
WHERE: Hunter Street Baptist Church, Hoover, AL, Fellowship Hall
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NTIM is a non-profit charitable organization with 501(C)(3) in the USA committed to connecting people in need with people who care. We are focused on the heart of Southeast Asia where poverty is high, education is low, needs are great, darkness is everywhere, and the love and message of Jesus is needed to transform lives.

There are 5 key things that NTIM does: 1) sends “laborers” into the heart of the 10-40 window, 2) builds bridges to the lost through teaching English, 3) rescues children from extreme poverty and prevent human trafficking, 4) cares for those affected by HIV/AIDS, and 5) makes disciples, trains nationals and facilitates church planting.