Mae Sot

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We’ve met so many Burmese refugees in Denver and now we’re getting a chance to see where they come from. A leader of the Karen people picked us up at the Mae Sot airport and took us to his home for the night. His life’s work is to build orphanages, schools and hospitals for the displaced Karen people whose land in Myanmar has been ravaged by years and years of war.

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One Response to “Mae Sot”

  1. SEMU KAMOWA Says:

    Great job! We can proudly call you Missionaries. The couple which has committed itself to serve and to be a blessing to many people around the world. Be assured that your labor in the Lord is not in vain. 1 Corinthians 15:58

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