Mission House #3 MongNjua Hmong

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Mission Teak House #3 on outskirts of MaeHongSon Thailand
Mission Teak #3 on outskirts of MaeHongSon Thailand.

Mission Teak house #3, in 2014, on outskirts of MaeHongSon Thailand. We lived here in the late 70’s and early 80’s.

HmongNews.Org, Protestant Christian Missionaries Norman and Selma Oetker, Saint Charles Missouri, L.A.M. "The Light (Jesus) Amidst the Mong", not for profit established 1978 US.,
HmongNews.Org, Protestant Christian Missionaries Norman and Selma Oetker, Saint Charles Missouri, L.A.M. “The Light (Jesus) Amidst the Mong”, not for profit established 1978 US.,

It was in Mae HongSon Thailand, we had two additional American Missionaries that had returned to Thailand with us. We had cut, spliced, composed, and edited many 35 millimeter color filmstrip films to make the entire story of Jesus’ life. We had written all of the script, and had it audio translated into the Thailand language. The American Embassy in the main city of ChiangMai in North Thailand. Their Thai Translator translated it all for free. We added music to the filmstrip show. Every night we were able to show the filmstrip. “HmongNews.org”, Protestant Christian Missionaries, Norman and Selma Oetker, Selma’s Pulpit, “The Light Amist the Hmong”, Hmong, UCLE, Pahawh, RPA., Saint Charles Missouri US.,