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“The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” (Matthew 9:37-38)

"Cov nplej kws sav lawm muaj ntau, tabsis cov kws hlais muaj tsawg; yog le ntawd, mej cale thov tug tswv teb kuas nwg khaiv cov ua zug moog hlais cov nplej." (Mathais 9:37-38)



Welcome to Gospel for Minorities International, Inc. This non-profit organization was incorporated in St. Paul, Minnesota. 


We are a group of believers who love the Lord Jesus Christ. We give thanks and praise to our Lord and Savior that he has chosen us to be his children.  Each of us came from various denominations and we each had our own unique experience in life. We come to join hands together to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to the ethnic minority groups in Southeast Asia. 


The voice of one crying in the wilderness:
Prepare the way of the Lord;
Make His paths straight.
Every valley shall be filled
And every mountain and hill brought low;
The crooked places shall be made straight
And the rough ways smooth;
And all flesh shall see the salvation of God.
(Luke 3:4-6)


We exist to a partner with individuals and local churches across denominations and other ministry groups to mobilize believers to use their various God-given gifts to support various ministries in undeveloped communities and to support and advocate for the persecuted Christians among the minorities.


Gospel for Minorities International continues in this mission through the following purposes:

  1. To create an environment that welcomes the Holy Spirit through worship/praise, pray, fellowship freely, and a place for people to hear the inspiring Word of God, a place to mentor disciples to make disciples to live out their faith, to proclaim and to share the love of Christ boldly to their neighbors.

  2. To establish an educational support system to recruit volunteers by using church facilities to support education, to mentor and empower students to pursue education and make housing available for villagers students to stay in the city to continue and pursue higher education.

  3. To work with minority groups by educating communities to create a healthy environment for their community and provide healthcare facilities for the remote villagers. 

  4. To create a pathway to genuine revival and societal transformation through intercessory prayer for their community and their country and working together to promote a just community, equality, economic and prosperity to all minority groups.

  5. To support, encourage, and aid persecuted minority Christians in Southeast Asia; mobilize them to create healthy communities. To provide service to aid, protect, and if necessary to rescue minority Christians who are victims of oppression, persecution, violence, and exploitation in Southeast Asia as a result of their conversion to Christianity. Assist in the resettlement of asylum Christian refugees in America and other countries.  To strengthen the solidarity and collaboration of Christian minority communities through education and economic opportunities both in the United States and abroad.  ​To partner with human rights organizations to expose the human rights violation of Christian minorities. 

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