A worker with a native ministry went to a new village and visited homes one by one until he reached the last one – he did not know it was that of a military family, much despised by the community after the February 2021 coup. The isolated family was touched by the visit, he returned many times to share the gospel, and a retired officer accepted Christ and was baptized. “Now this man invites their neighbors to his home, and they have believers’ fellowship every Sunday and sometimes on Saturday also,” the ministry leader said. Native missionaries need donations of $25 or $50 to undertake such gospel outreaches. They request prayer for safety and the means to sustain their families.