Victor Vula is director and principal of Victory International School in Myanmar and leads Victory Community Chapel. Civil unrest continues in Myanmar after beginning Feb. 1. Victor sends the following update regarding the situation and his ministry.
This year has been one of the hardest years in the history of Myanmar—and also for Victory International School since it started in 2009. But we still find joy even in the midst of the current chaotic situation.
We are thankful that we can continue Victory International School and that we are able to pay our teachers and staff.
Please continue to pray for us:
- Pray that our school will continue even in the midst of the current unpredictable difficult situation, and pray for stronger internet connection and good electricity.
- Pray for our plan to build a school-like building at our new property as soon as things get better. The regular school year starts in June.
- Pray for our high school graduates. Since our school is a private school, our high school graduates cannot have entry to the government universities. The graduates will need to find colleges or universities outside Myanmar. We are looking for colleges or universities to partner with.
Fighting is still going on in Myanmar. Over 200 houses were burned down in one area. But praise God, my family with a few other friends can still meet for worship regularly every Sunday.
We are also glad that we can still support 10 of the missionary pastors for their training at a preacher academy; some of them will finish early next year.
We thank God we could provide food items for people in need around Yangon city (rice, cooking oil, eggs, beans, instant noodles) and some medicines. We could do all this with your support. We are grateful for our partners, missionary pastors, for bringing supplies to the fields. We wish we could do more to help.
Please continue to pray for our effort to reach more people with basic food and the gospel of Christ. Many people need food, shelter, and clothes.
Thank you again for your prayer and financial support.
Victor Lal S. Vula
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