Making Disciples in Laos

In order to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached in Laos we need to mobilize a generation of believers ready to share the Good News. Our local brothers and sisters can go where expats can’t. The cities are becoming ethnic melting pots with many people from least reached areas coming for work. Small businesses (BAM initiatives) are instrumental to our strategy in this closed nation. We employ young believers from various least reached areas to ignite their passion to reach their nation, broaden their vision for Kingdom work, deepen their faith and hone their skills in order to send them out to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached in Laos.


We disciple between 10-15 Laotians from different ethnicities. Most of our current participants work in one of our businesses as part of the training, a few are underage and we enable them to attend school. Our small businesses are also ways to reach out and share the Good News in culturally appropriate and politically secure ways. As part of the discipleship training program we also provide adequate and safe housing, medical assistance and scholarships. Living in community makes our efforts more intentional and intensive. Various trainings and activities expose them to what God is doing where they are out of their comfort zone and in a ministry setting.

Your gift of $100 provides food, tuition, housing and medical costs for 1 student for 1 month. 

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