In May, a truck fully-loaded with hundreds of clean storage containers—of many shapes and sizes—bounced 120 kilometers up to the small mountain village Mae Ngad Noi. Thai pastor Joshua and a Grace parent spent a night and visited. The next morning, they distributed 16 huge plastic bags of clean plastic treasures, one to each family.
“Many Lahu hill tribe students need to pack school lunches but have no containers. So, the girls and boys were very happy with their new plastic boxes!” Pastor Joshua said. “May God richly bless those help and give, so we can share about Jesus.”
“It is such fun to get a small glimpse of how our “trash was turned to treasure,” Vice Principal Stephen Keefer said. “Praise God, and thank you to all who cleaned and collected their containers for GIS. Many Lahu villages still need them to store food and water.”