Native Missionaries

The Glory Project develops partnerships with native missionaries to see a church started in every village. Churches look differently place to place, people to people, and in different cultures. When churches begin a plan is put into place to work with native missionaries within their own context to best share the gospel of Christ and worship in their own language and style. When you support a church, your gift will help establish effective contextualized worship gatherings across Asia. See below how faithful Christians are gathering together as God’s people.

New Churches Among the Unreached

The Glory Project sponsors native missionaries to reach the unreached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. Read more about each missions activities below.

Pastor David

In central Myanmar, a network of churches continues to grow through the faithful leadership of Pastor David and his leaders. In 2022 the gospel was shared several times to internally displaced people and new churches have started. When you choose to sponsor a native missionary like David, a new church is started in every village among unreached Buddhist people groups.

Mr. Tun

Mr. Tun is sharing the gospel to a people group that has continually been oppressed by the larger society. New churches are springing up in mountain areas where there was no gospel presence before because he visits there faithfully. Several children are also supported in an orphanage where they are safe from further oppression.

Sai Yi

Sai Yi has been sharing the gospel in an area in constant turmoil. His wife and children have faced persecution for their ministry, but have never faltered. A small structure has been built to help gather new believers among the villages for discipleship. May this intentional training equip the saints to abide in Christ continually and share the gospel to their friends and family.

Pastor Xay

Pastor Xay visits villages in Northern Laos sharing the gospel every week. People are responding to the gospel in every place. Pastor Xay desires to see two churches started every year in Northern Laos. When you give to The Glory Project, you give to see his vision, God’s dream, accomplished in that region.

Mrs. Shwe

Mrs. Shwe shares the gospel of Christ on the border of Myanmar to an unreached people group. There is not a church in the surrounding area. Mrs. Shwe felt called to go because these people have been “forgotten.” There is no electricity, running water, or other basic neecitieis. Mrs. Shwe has begun to meet with the children and form relationships with families thereby being able to share Christ’s love. When you give, you help Mrs. Shwe travel to these villages and also begin churches where there is no gospel presence.

Church Planting Plan

TOGETHER, let’s see a church in every village before Christ returns. (Hab. 2:14)

A Church in Every Village

We seek to share the gospel in all it’s fullness to the glory of God by establishing, growing, and maturing the church in Asia.


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