Thursday, March 6, 2008


just in case you haven't been following closely about the situation after the deportation..

Ground Sources

Our ground sources also informed us that during the deportation. The 11 who previously signed the voluntary deportation paper refused to be deported. The tension came when they had to be pulled away into the trucks. It is also reported that the camp is in an emotional state under fears of further deportation.

All foreigners (teachers, ourselves) have been kept out of the camp till further notice. The military commander in charge has mentioned that permits would likly be released after this weekend.

So after we do secure the permits, we'll rush the medical kits. Hopefully that gives the refugees some security if they do go into running


Ground Report: Refugees Fear Coming Out

Today I've just received news that the refugees are so gripped by fear that most of them are not coming out of their homes. Not even to the morning markets or schools for the fear that the military will deport them.



latest update from Benjamin & Ronald..

Our team will be restricted to enter the refugee camp due to refugees' conflict with military. Ben will discuss with Eugene on the contingency plan. Let's pray for God's direction.

Dear supporters & team mates,

Let us continue to pray for the Hmong people and also against spiritual warfare! nevertheless, do also remember to give thanks in all circumstances! :)

"Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus."
--1 Thessalonians 5:18


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