United Methodist Missionaries serving in Thailand

United Methodist Missionaries serving in Thailand

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Thursday, December 11, 2014

We wish you a Blessed Christmas

Everyday we are grateful to all of our prayer warriors who lift this mission up to the throne of God.  We see the power of God at work in the people and ministries in Thailand, and it would not happen without your prayers.  Your prayers are the powerhouse of the Thailand Methodist Mission.

We know people are praying because whenever we ask for prayer on a specific issue, many prayer warriors will send emails to us asking for an update.  When we started the fundraising effort to expand the Blessing Home Ground Zero facility, many of you have asked us how much has been raised so far.  Well the answer is over $15,000 of the $110,000 needed has been raised.

It is expected that most churches that take offerings for the Blessing Home Building Fund will be doing so in the next 2 weeks and we will not receive those offering until after that time.  So we pray for a big surge to happen after Christmas.

We wish you a Joy-filled Christmas and may the Lord bless you greatly in the coming year.

Yours in Christ Jesus,
Mike and Sherri Morrissey
Thailand Methodist Mission

Monday, November 24, 2014

Building Fund Update

We need to purchase the building adjacent to Blessing Home for much needed expansion for the ministry and  housing for our new missionaries.
We are now back in the States for a 10 weeks to raise funds for an urgent need at Blessing Home.  Blessing Home needs to buy the row-building adjacent to us that is up for sale.  It is urgent for two reasons.

1.  We need to buy quickly before it sells out from underneath us.  We need to expand the sanctuary on the first floor to accomodate overflowing groups in worship at Life Center UMC and to hold all of the guardians of the Blessing Home kids for trainings and special events.  If we miss out, we may never be able to expand.

2.  As an answer to our prayers, we now have new career missionaries coming to serve at Blessing Home Ground Zero.  Joshua and Jessica Johnston will be serving with us and are currently raising support so they can begin serving in the summer of 2015.

It is very difficult to find housing near Blessing Home that is safe for a family with three young daughters that is also affordable on a very modest missionary income.  So we need to have missionary housing at Blessing Home Ground Zero available for them.

We must raise $110,000 to purchase the property and make it usable (it is a bare concrete and brick shell at the moment).  As always, by Thai law, foundations cannot have mortgages or any financing, we must pay for all properties with cash.  So we are asking all of the churches and individual supporters to give generous special offerings to the Building Fund.  It is our goal to have all of the funds raised by the end of January 2015 so we can purchase the building.

We have been in the States for one week now, and so far, over $9,000 has been given to the Building Fund.  We will be excited to see this chart get colored up.

Donations can be sent to:
P.O, Box 56
Mannsville, KY 42758

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Please be sure to designate your giving to the Building Fund, if that is what you desire.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

A special request for Kentucky United Methodists

A special request for Kentucky United Methodists

The Kentucky Annual Conference voted this year to lower the apportionment rate to churches from 15% to 13%, creating a 2% reduction in “Our Mission Covenant” commitments for 2015.  While local churches will receive a 2% reduction in “Our Mission Covenant” commitment, funding to extension ministries such as Campus Ministries, Urban Missions, and Camps would be cut significantly.  So the Kentucky Annual Conference is encouraging churches to re-designate the savings from the reduction to support the Extension ministries.  We affirm this and pray many congregations in the Kentucky Annual Conference will commit to re-designating their 2% reduction to support fruitful Extension Ministries.

As an Extension Ministry within the Connectional Structure, we request Kentucky United Methodists to prayerfully consider making the Thailand Methodist Mission to be one of the Extension Ministries that your congregation will commit to supporting.  Please pray and do as the Lord leads you.