Global Compassion Project – Escape from Human Trafficking
At Pathway Church our mission is to Help People Find and Follow God. One way that we express the love of God and help people become receptive to the gospel is through compassionate service.
One of our major compassion projects is partnering with Envision Bangkok – which is a ministry of the Alliance.
Tou Lee and Tang Thao
Alliance International workers Tou Lee & Tang Thao, and their two children, Abraham and Selah, have served in Bangkok, Thailand since 2011.
One of their main ministry focuses is human trafficking.
They partner with a local Red Light ministry to reach women and children who work on two small roads in Bangkok with over 4,000 workers every night.
Through their work they connected and befriended workers who are deaf, which has led to them to discover more Thai people who are deaf in that area. They continue to minister to them, and look forward to starting new ministries for the deaf community there.
Pathway Church is eager to partner with them in this effort, and we hope that you will feel led to support this incredible mission of freeing adults and children from the bondage and abuse of human trafficking.
Our missionaries, David and Aleah Nishizaki, are partnering the Thao’s by committing to send deaf and hard of hearing Americans from their church in Washington, DC to Thailand to reach the deaf in Thailand.