The Physically-Disabled Persons’ Spiritual Wheelchairs

Testimony of the founder of Thai Christian “Blessing Line” Group

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

Give Thanks in All Circumstances

Testimony of Somchai Sukumpantanasarn,
the survivor of deadly stab wounds

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

I was born into a Christian family. I am married with two daughters and one son. We are all members of Maitrichit Church (which is the world’s first Overseas Chinese Baptist Church, established in 1837 and located in Chinatown, Bangkok). Presently, not only owning a small business selling dentistry equipment, I also serve God at the church as a deacon in music ministry as well as taking part in various mission works and Christian international conferences.

Encountering with God through Dreams

True conversion story of Amornrat Charnhiran

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

The Physical and Spiritual Eye Opener of a Former Buddhist Abbot

A testimony of Rev. Boonkong Boontawee

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

A Former Thai Feng Shui Master Testifies

Story of Preecha Kongkitimanon’s conversion to Christianity

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

I had grown up and lived in the Chinese Sukhawadee Cemetery which is located in Nong Khae District, Saraburi Province, for 40 years. This cemetery is under the supervision of Thailand’s Poleng Chinese Association. My ancestors were Chinese emigrated from Mainland China (with the last name “Lim”) and settled down in Chonburi Province. At 7 years of age, I had since learned Feng Chui science and astrology from various teachers who had performed spiritual ceremonies in the cemetery.

An Exorcist turned into a Christian Writer

Conversion story of Peter Panyachon,
A Thai Christian writer, columnist and editor based in California, USA

by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

A 4-time Brain Surgery Survivor

The Story of life journey on the resolute but not lonesome path

By Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

Wilaiwan Rattan-u-sakul (nicknamed Hua) is a Chinese descendant living in Thailand. She is the eldest of 5 younger brothers and sisters. For the Chinese, the eldest daughter usually helps her mother do all household chores as well as taking care of her younger siblings; however, Hua still had the chance to go to school. She loved studying and learning. Her parents owned a medium-sized grocery store, thus being able to support their children’s education.

Deliverance from Sufferings Caused by Chronic Insomnia

Conversion story of Sompob Trisiripisarn

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

I was born on 2 June 1946 in Bangkok. I was the 6th of 8 siblings in a Chinese (Taecheo) family living in Thailand. My father was a successful master builder and land allocator. So my childhood life was not so tough, leaving me time and attention to study only.

Life of Walking in the Supernatural with God

True story of Vichai Trangkhasombat, former Senior Vice President
of Coca-Cola Southeast & West Asia Division

By Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

Vichai was born into “Nam Phud” family, in Trang Province (a Southern Province of Thailand). This last name was specially created according to Nam Phud District by a former governor for his father as a result of his various benefits rendered to the Province. Later Vichai’s family name was changed to “Trangkhasombat” and it has been his last name since.

An Adventure with God

An Adventure with God

Phannee Trangkasombat’s life of closely walking with God

Compiled by Vachiravan Vanlaeiad

I am the eldest daughter of my parents, Raat and Chuen Pestonji. I have two younger brothers. My father was one of Thailand’s renowned movie producers and directors. He was the first Thai director who had been granted awards from various international film competitions. He had also been the founder of the legendary Hanuman Papayon.

 

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