Win’s sewing business income was only enough to pay for her family’s daily food. But since joining a SALT savings group in Myanmar, she has learned to better manage her money and has even been able to save! Win used this money to buy a better sewing machine that is helping her produce more income. As her savings increase, she plans to expand her business and open a sewing shop in her home. She is thankful for the Bible-Based Teaching that has been made available.

Thank you, supporters, for helping our neighbors in other parts of the world become self-sustaining through Bible-based teaching! Many people are hearing about Jesus for the first time at SALT meetings.


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