Kim Brown
Kim Brown

Thailand - Scholarships for the House of Blessing
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Kim’s work includes overseeing three Christ-like ministries for tribal people who are coping with the problems caused by AIDS, disabilities, and migration from their traditional villages to urban slums through the ministry of Integrated Ministries for Ethnic Minorities Foundation (IMEMF). The Thailand Karen Baptist Convention sponsors these ministries: The House of Love is a home for women and children. This includes women who had been sold into prostitution, AIDS orphans, and children taken out of their homes by the Social Welfare Department because of abuse. Some of the residents do not have Thai citizenship and have few rights in Thailand. The Christian Center for the Development of People with Disabilities reaches out to families who are caring for disabled in tribal villages. The disabled are often hidden away. This project is designed to help the disabled reach their full potential and be accepted within their families and communities. The House of Blessing Day Care Center provides a safe place for children who live in the slums to come during the day. It prepares children to enter Thai schools, and also works to strengthen their families.
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Thailand - Scholarships for the House of Blessing | Thailand – Scholarships for the House of Blessing

Scholarships will enable the ethnic minority children served by the House of Blessing to continue their educations in Thai public schools.

Thailand - Rice for House of Blessing Families | Thailand – Rice for House of Blessing Families

By providing rice to the families of young students, the House of Blessing is not only meeting nutritional needs but also helping to keep the children from being sent to beg in the night market.

| Kim Brown Planning for Retirement after 32 Years as IM Missionary in Thailand. Ministry She Founded Seeking New Leadership

Twenty years ago, American Baptist International Ministries (IM) missionary in Thailand Kim Brown founded the House of Love as a refuge for former brothel workers who had contracted AIDS.

| Growing and Changing – Graduation Time – Spring 2016

March was a special time as 15 friends from the Hope for the Hilltribes project in the USA came to facilitate a camp for our House of Love (HOL) and CDPD students and staff.

| Back Home in Thailand for Christmas

I am back in Thailand (as of Dec. 12) and wanted to start off this long-overdue prayer letter with a word of thanks to all who helped make my 3 months in America so good.