Ministers from Ukraine, Moscow, and Bangkok arrived safely in the Thai city of Ubon Ratchathani by the grace of God, despite the storms and flight delays at the airports. The next morning they eagerly joined the preparatory work, which has already been started by the local churches. As many as 40 churches from Ubon have been involved in the Jesus Festival, which has been called “Evening of Wonders” in Thailand. For the first time in 10 years, the churches joined together to reach their fellow citizens with the Gospel.

First of all, the Festival team visited the stadium where the services will be held. They went around the field with a prayer and the proclamation of faith, led by three pastors of the Victory churches. Meanwhile, the setting of the stage and sound equipment was going on in full swing, as well as the preparation of the field to hold thousands of people.


Next there was a meeting with the Festival Committee to discuss various questions related to prayer, security, worship, technical issues, etc. The Festival ministers have to be thoroughly prepared in every aspect, so that they could bring a lot of people and take care of them, preach the Gospel to them, and preserve precious souls by handing them over to the local churches.

God blessed us with a valuable opportunity to bring the Good News to the north-eastern region of Thailand. Realizing their great responsibility, each member of the Festival team does his best to reach the maximum number of souls in these three days, to pass the anointing and encouragement to the Thai brothers, to strengthen the local churches, and consolidate the ministers.

We are very thankful to the partners of pastor Henry Madava and the Christ for All Cities mission. Many thanks to all who support the work of the Gospel in Thailand by their efforts, resources, and prayers. We are asking you to continue your prayers, to increase your efforts, and to stand with us to the victorious end, until the Lord completes His harvest in Ubon Ratchathani on March 22, 23 and 24, 2013.

The impossible becomes possible, and God is glorified on the Siamese land.