Serving Children in Thailand


Thailand, located in Southeast Asia, is known for its tropical beaches and ultramodern cityscape. Specifically Bangkok, the country’s capital, is the second most visited tourist destination in the world.

That said, the needs of Thai children are great. Problems that have plagued these children for decades include:

  • malnutrition
  • lack of access to education
  • trafficking
  • child labor
  • other forms of exploitation.


At least 600,000 migrant children in Thailand live on construction sites. 

These children are particularly vulnerable to child labor and abuse. They live a hard life, searching for work and food to provide for themselves and those they love. As a result, this lifestyle takes a heavy toll on families who are doing everything possible to stay together.

But through you, our team in Thailand is making an impact.

In recent years, daily discipleship translated into action as COVID-related struggles presented many opportunities to extend help and hope to nearby communities and villages in Thailand.

We praise God for how He is graciously providing for the ministry—through you—to grow and reach many more children and families for His glory! Thank you for being part of this story and this ministry.


Population: 69,142,358

Capital: Bangkok

Religion: Buddhist (94.6%), Muslim (4.3%), Christian (1%)

Language: Thai (90.7%), Burmese (1.3%), other (8%)


Ministry Overview

We partner with indigenous leaders in Thailand to share the Gospel, disciple, and develop sustainable opportunities for disadvantaged children and families.

We seek to provide hope to impoverished Thai children–especially in unreached areas–and help change their future through Gospel teaching, proper care, good education, and intentional discipleship.


Areas of Focus

Since 2012, we have worked to spread the love of Christ with children in Thailand.

We regularly invite the families within migrant communities to dinner, worship services, and Bible teaching. Once a week, a service is held at a local campsite. Bimonthly, all families of the children we serve are invited to go on a 2- to 3-day retreat to the beach, which consists of corporate worship, relationship building, and intentional discipleship/teaching.

Because children of migrant workers often do not have access to formal education, we provide opportunities within our learning center to learn a range of academic subjects, including reading and writing in both English and Thai, art, math, music, and computer skills. Due to a lack of safe space and parental oversight, we also offer physical education, as well as health and hygiene initiatives. We help students discover and develop life skills such as cooking, gardening, and communication.

Sharing the Gospel is the foundational element of our ministry and the catalyst for the social transformation that takes place in other areas. The way to salvation is presented in almost every encounter we have, whether in personal conversations, outreach services, or regular meetings.

Stories and Updates

July 11

Meet Elisha and Isaac from Thailand

Two of our older boys in Thailand, Elisha and Isaac have been an integral part of our construction crew since the beginning. On December 28, 2020, our team broke ground to begin building two dormitories, a staff house, bathrooms, a …Read More

March 28

Introducing: Drawn to Hope | A Cambodian Boy’s Illustrated Journey

Viratt, a young man from our ministry site in Bangpli, has just written and published Drawn to Hope, a beautifully illustrated story of his journey from Cambodia to Thailand and how he found hope in Christ. We’re so proud of …Read More

February 21

Look What’s New in Cambodia and Thailand!

Great news from Cambodia and Thailand! After nearly two years of shutdowns and cancelations, things are beginning to re-open. God truly makes all things new, and we’re excited to announce some brand new plans in Cambodia and Thailand for this …Read More

December 22

Merry Christmas from Cambodia and Thailand!

 Our team in Cambodia/Thailand is currently in the midst of their Christmas season, and we love seeing how they intentionally use the month of December to share the Gospel in their community.  Enjoy this new update from our team—   We love Christmas! …Read More

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“Through evangelizing unreached areas and discipling young leaders, we are helping to develop a new generation of indigenous missionaries that will spread the Gospel dramatically across Southeast Asia!”

Jason GlassDirector