After learning of Paing’s efforts to advance God’s kingdom in Myanmar, The Voice of the Martyrs provided him with ministry support and a motorcycle to replace the one he had sold to continue his front-line work. Paing cried with joy when he received the motorcycle.
With his new motorcycle, Paing now regularly visits a village 217 miles from his home. Navigating rugged dirt roads as well as traffic-filled streets, he rides about 12 hours to reach the village.
Although the journey is long and exhausting, Paing is thankful that he no longer has to ride buses to share the gospel in distant villages.
“I enjoy riding the motorcycle more,” he said, “because whenever I want to stop to share the gospel, I can do that.”
You can help support front-line workers like Paing who sacrifice their livelihood and endure persecution to share the gospel in new villages in Myanmar and other hostile and restricted nations.