If you would have pulled me aside one year ago and told me that I would spend the majority of 2013 living in Thailand, I wouldn’t have believed you. The original plan was to come over for a 4-month visit. … Continue reading →
I’m currently sitting in Bangkok and only a few hours away from starting my long flight back to the US. Another four months in Mae Sot has come and gone. It’s actually been a crazy last week with lots of … Continue reading →
This week I took a step back… from our building. I took a step back, looked into both open store fronts, and felt excited. On one side I can see the developing Bike Shop and on the other I see … Continue reading →
Here’s a video update from our workers at Famous Ray’s Burger Restaurant including the announcement of our new sustainable project, Famous Ray’s Bicycle Shop!
To create this business and discipleship program, we need to raise $21,000 in the by Dec. 6th. We’ll be using funds as they come in to pay for our deposit on our building, paint the walls, purchase inventory, and start paying staff. You were all a part of making Famous Ray’s Burger Restaurant a reality, and it’s changing lives. Please prayerfully consider investing financially to see this bicycle shop do the same!
There are two ways to give. You can donate online at www.changereality.org/projects or by mailing a check payable to Kingdom Inc. (memo – Bikes 4 Burma) to PO Box 98438 Atlanta, GA 30359. Share this blog, tell your friends, repost videos and updates via social media. We need all the exposure and help possible.
Last week I wanted to update you on the progress and success of Famous Ray’s Burger Restaurant, the project our spring Journey team launched in April. But now…. it’s time to announce our new project. We’re opening Famous Ray’s Bicycle … Continue reading →
So, 6 months later, how famous is Famous Ray’s exactly? Since April 8th, 2013, our ministry partners have been operating Famous Ray’s in Mae Sot Thailand. Many of you were a part of our Burgers for Burma capital campaign to … Continue reading →
(This is Part 3 in a blog series about Extending Grace to Others. Read Part 1 here and read Part 2 here!) _____________________________________________________ Practically, we need to have an idea about what it looks like to extend grace to others. … Continue reading →
(This is Part 2 in a blog series about Extending Grace to Others. Read Part 1 here!) _____________________________________________________________ What does it mean to be strong in grace? I looked at 2 Timothy, and noticed that Paul was encouraging Timothy to … Continue reading →
After 9 months of living in Thailand, I feel like the Lord has been showing me so many things about life, ministry, and trying to change realities. Recently, the Lord has really challenged my thinking on grace. This post is … Continue reading →
Our new fall Journey team arrived in Mae Sot yesterday to get settled, learn about the unacceptable realities, and partner to see change. After getting settled in our home for the next 4 months, the first thing we did was … Continue reading →