Church-planting Missionaries to Myanmar
Sent from: Grace Baptist Church, Troy NY Pastor John Koletas
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Timothy Davis has dreamed about being a missionary to Burma for most of his life. In sixth grade he was given an assignment to write about a famous American in history. He chose America’s first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson. Soon he was reading every biography he could find because he was so intrigued by the country of Myanmar. After high school and through Bible college, Brother Davis concentrated on his desire for the Burmese. When he met Athanasia, a woman who was surrendered to whatever the will of God might be for her life, his dream of going to Burma was a step closer. Now sent out of Grace Baptist Church in Troy, NY (pastored by his father-in-law, John Koletas), Timothy and Athanasia are preparing to move to the Golden Land in fulfillment of that dream.
Tim went to Myanmar (old Burma) in 2013 with Brother DeWitt. Whereas he had visited Thailand, he had never yet been inside the country of his calling. In December of 2013, he not only got to visit Myanmar; he was able to visit a few villages and preach in the annual GLBM Pastors Conference in the city of Yangon. He took a second trip with Bro. DeWitt in 2015. They had the opportunity to go soul winning on the street and preach in villages. In January 2018, Tim made his first trip to Myanmar by himself and encouraged 5 of the GLBM pastors. He also had the privilege of personally leading 6 people to Christ, one of whom was a 68 year-old Buddhist man.
After traveling full-time for 3 years, the Davis’ are now finishing deputation and are looking forward to moving to Myanmar as soon as possible. Please pray for the Davis family and consider helping them reach the people God has put in their hearts.
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