Six Tabor College students recently visited Thailand for Tabor’s newly developed master’s program in entrepreneurial ministry leadership.
Rick Bartlett, Tabor College’s director of theological education, accompanied them.
Students traveled to businesses and churches, including Abundant Life Home, which takes in HIV/AIDS orphans. It is the brainchild of missionary Karen Sanchez, who is the mother of Tabor student Sierra Sanchez.
They also visited ministries run by MB Mission and Create International, met Khmu and Laotian ministry leaders at Changed Life Center, climbed and prayed on “Prayer Mountain,” and participated in baptisms in the Gulf of Thailand.
More information is available at tabor.edu/EML.