Over the years, we have been praying and seeking God to send us laborers to the fields that are ripe for the harvest and it is with great joy that we have been able to see people respond to God’s call to go to the ends of the earth to share the message of our Lord Jesus.
The fields truly are ripe… people many of you know have responded to the call…and we need your partnership to bring them to, and keep them on, the field.
Our Field Representatives
Michael and Hope Johnson have come to Thailand since January 13, 1999 and God has blessed the work of their hands since the beginning. Michael serves as the pastor at NTIM’s church plant Baan Athitaan Church. He also is on the board of directors for NTIM and leads our outreach program Grace Language School. Hope is active at BAC and teaches at GLS. She also serves as Head of School at Chiangrai International School (CRIS) where she is able to be the salt and light of Jesus through this educational platform that she is leading.
NTIM is a faith-based 501c charitable organization and is able to send people to the field, like Michael and Hope Johnson, only through the generous gifts of individuals, churches, and organizations that support God’s work through NTIM. We do not want the issue of “having to raise financial support” to be a hindrance to people coming to the field and have decided as a ministry that we will work together as a team to help raise the support needed to continue to bring folks out to the field like them. If you know our representatives and would like to affirm them serving the Lord, please consider becoming a financial partner with NTIM on a monthly basis. If you are not able to commit to a monthly donation, maybe you want to consider making a donation from time to time and even begin with a donation today. All of your donations to NTIM are tax-deductible and help us connect people in need with people who care and send them to places where millions have never heard about Jesus. Checks can be made out to NTIM, P.O. Box 26115, Birmingham, AL 35260 or online at www.gontim.org