Serving In

Charity is a missionary that serves in Southeast Asia.

Her heart is to serve the community of roughly three million people from Myanmar living in Thailand. Her primary focuses is language learning, partnering with Myanmar churches, building relationships in the community, and learning the discipleship/evangelism strategies for this world area. She first began her service as a missionary in 2016, serving at Kudjip Nazarene Hospital station in Papua New Guinea as a teacher for missionary kids. In 2018, Charity transitioned to Singapore. There, she taught full-time and discipled students in the international community. God also used this time to open her heart towards Southeast Area through an ESL ministry for immigrant workings from Myanmar.

Charity was born into a God-loving family and she was saved at a young age. While growing up, her family attended Fort Worth First Church of the Nazarene and her family's life largely revolved around a ministry of that church - Nazarene Christian Academy. It was this church/school community that truly poured into her and encouraged her in her call. Charity has a B.S. in Elementary Education and a English as a Second Language teaching certificate from Olivet Nazarene University. Charity is passionate about outdoor activities, living in community, and making Christ-like disciples through Christian education. 

To see how the Lord is moving in Thailand, click here to see the main ministry site where Charity works. 

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