Victory International School in Myanmar is thankful that summer classes are going well. “Students are enjoying their life back on the school campus for a few hours each day,” says Victor Vula, principal of the school.
When the regular school year starts in June, all of the students will not be able to attend at the same time because of safety reasons, Victor says. Each student will attend only on certain days, and most of the teaching will occur online. But Victor is thankful that nine new teachers will begin working at the school for this academic year.
In addition to teaching students at the school, Victory International School works with 12 missionary partners to tutor children in the missionaries’ mission centers. Victor says the tutoring is “an evangelistic tool.” He hopes to include even more children from disadvantaged communities, where many families’ children are unable to attend school.
Victor also leads Victory Community Chapel in Myanmar. The church is “praying to expand our ministry, focusing on young people in the city to help them find their purpose in life and serve God more effectively,” Victor says.
“Please continue to pray for Myanmar,” Victor says. Unrest continues, with “not much progress” in the conflict. Houses have been burned, people are dying, and many people live in difficult situations after fleeing for safety. He says, “Please continue to pray so that the conflict in Myanmar will end.”