Christmas School Outreach in Chainat Province

On December 13, 2016 our director and staff and LCMS missionary, Dennis Denow, the husband of our LHM Thailand director, traveled to Rajaprajanugroh 46 School in Muang District in Chainat Province.  This was the first day of our 2016 Christmas School Outreach Program.  Using Christmas songs, some activities and an English activity our team shared the true meaning of Christmas with the teachers and 272 students in grades 1-6 and 537 students in grades 7-12.

On December 14, 2016 our team visited a second school in Chainat Province, Wat Ruongwua School.  We split our team and separated the 167 students into 2 groups.  For the group of students in grades 1-6 part of our team used the animated video, “Red Boots for Christmas.”  They did a fun Christmas skit and a few activities to check that the students understood the video.

At the same time the rest of our team did a program for the students in grades 7-9.  This group did an English activity that used the letters in the word “Christmas” to share the true meaning of Christmas with the students.  A few follow-up activities were used to check that these students understood the message.  All of the students came together again to sing some Christmas songs and to receive our gift sets, some snacks and lunch from Chainat Church.

We are thankful to the leaders and members of Chainat Church for organizing our visit in Chainat Province and assisting us with our program. We enjoyed working with Chainat Church and building a deeper relationship with them.  We pray that God will bless them as they do some follow-up activities at the school.


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