About North Burma Christian Mission

According to the North Burma Christian Mission official website:

It has been estimated that, by God’s grace, over a million Asian people have been impacted through the extended work of NBCM over a period of ninety years. Christianity is being taken by a network of believers into the villages and cities over a multi-country span.
 
The work began in China by J. Russell and Gertrude Morse. As their children and grandchildren moved into Burma and into Thailand, a string of national believers were trained to continue the work. Lisu, Lahu, Rawang, and many other tribes have sent out leaders in their own communities and into new unreached territories across the area
Since 1972, when the Morse’s relocated in Thailand, this network has branched in many directions with indigenous pastors and teachers carrying the message of Jesus Christ. Other missionary co-workers have joined the Morse family over the years bringing their own expertise and vision into the mission. The work continues on and expands as each new believer picks up the baton and runs the race…
 

North Burma Christian Mission exists to reach out to the peoples of Asia with the Kingdom message of reconciliation to God through Jesus Christ.

For the glory of God, we are committed to:

  • Evangelize the lost, baptize and make disciples.
  • Teach and equip national workers so that they may establish biblically-based, indigenous churches who are self-supporting, self-governing and self-propagating.
  • Facilitate national churches to carry out their work by providing them assistance in literature, multimedia production, leadership training, Christian hostels,community development and other such endeavors as God so leads.
  • Model a love for God, His Word and His Church to all people.

 Location of Mission Base