The Flourishing Gospel
Since the first established churches by Adoniram Judson in the 1800s, Christianity has become deeply rooted in the hearts of the Chin, Karen, Lisu, Kachin, and Lahu peoples and has grown stronger through many adversities. Today 3% of Burma’s population are Protestant Christians. With an estimated 1,450,000 Christian population, the cultural impact of a godly society continues to grow. In our examination of the Burmese culture, our team will meet with Christian leaders in the local churches to discuss the state of the church, it’s role in promoting the transformation of culture, and praising God for the wonderful advance of His kingdom in a hostile land.