Meet Our Staff – Mr. Siam Chommee

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mr. Siam Chommee

This is the second article highlighting our Lutheran Hour Ministries Thailand (LHMT) staff members.  We hope you enjoy getting to know them more personally.  In the coming months we will introduce you to the rest of our LHMT team.  We ask that you remember them in your prayers.

Mr. Siam Chommee, whose nickname is Yam, has been working for Lutheran Hour Ministries Thailand (LHMT) since March 2006. He is primarily involved with outreach and church relations. His responsibilities include communicating with pastors, church leaders, teachers and school administrators to arrange evangelistic training for pastors and church members and special outreach activities with listeners, students and others in their communities.

Yam has a master degree from the Thai Theological Seminary and is a worship leader in his church.  He also often leads worship times during our Equipping the Saints workshops and other programs.

Yam with wife and son

Yam with wife and son

He is married to Sommboon and has 1 son whose name is Shore. Before they were married, Yam learned about Christ from his wife and became the first Christian in his family in 1992. He has 3 older sisters and 1 older brother, all of whom are still Buddhists.

Gardening, fishing, playing and watching soccer are among Yam’s favorite pastimes. He loves children and often can be seen playing with children during LHM activities.  Yam also enjoys telling people about Jesus.

Please pray for Yam and his family, especially his siblings, that they also may come to know Jesus as their Savior.


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