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OUR LINK MISSIONARIES

Meet Jeff and Belinda Callow and their family!

 

We are passionate about seeing southern Thai people come to faith in Christ. Only 0.2% of the people in this region follow Christ! We realise that we can’t reach all of South Thailand for Christ ourselves, so we’re keen on empowering Thai Christians and, as Regional Leaders for OMFer’s in South Thailand, we’re mentoring a new generation of missionaries to start new churches which will then start other new churches here as well. Jeff is an advisor to the ACT Churches in South Thailand, so he is helping them train new church leaders. Jeff also runs an evangelistic Adventure Camp in South Thailand twice a year. Belinda heads up the team of Thai Christians and missionaries who are involved in Prayer Counselling Seminars too. 

PRAYER POINTS

  • For a movement of southern Thais to come to faith in Christ.
     

  • That the OMF missionaries and Thai Christians in South Thailand will be strong in love and good works, and will grow more and more into the likeness of Christ.
     

  • For wisdom, passion, grace and love as we lead the OMF South Thailand Region
     

  • For our four boys – that they will mature well physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Favourite food and Activity:

  • Belinda – favourite food: mango  /  favourite activity: reading, board games, swimming

  • Jeff – favourite food: Lindor chocolate  /  favourite activity: rock climbing + exploring seas, forests and mountains!

 

Memorable moment in Thailand:

  • First baptisms in the Pak Phanang River

  • Our short term worker finding Steven as a baby, then the long road to adopting him

  • Seeing God change the life of Mrs T, one of the ladies in Pak Phanang over a period of 14 years.

  • A lot of mistakes we made speaking Thai and laughing about it afterwards J

 

Favourite bible verses or quotes:

He who calls you is faithful; he will surely do it.” 1 Thess. 5:24
 

“Unless there is an element of risk in our exploits for God, there is no need for faith.” - Hudson Taylor