I am glad to see the improvements that take place every year, not only in the church’s physical building, but also in the transformation of church members’ lives. I am very inspired!”
—Ps Myint Nwe
Ps. Myint Nwe’s involvement with HSG Global Ministries is a story that goes way back; even before the latter was founded.
In the year 1993, Ps. Myint Nwe was attending a leadership seminar at the Haggai Institute, when he chanced upon a leaflet for an event which featured Dr. Daisy Osborne. She was scheduled to speak at a conference hosted by His Sanctuary of Glory. In his excitement, a correspondence with Ps. Daniel was initiated via snail mail. The friendship and connection that came out of that moment, proved to be a huge stepping stone in Ps. Myint Nwe’s journey.
Two years later, he found himself holding up a signboard at the Myanmar airport arrival hall, eagerly waiting to meet Ps. Daniel and Ps. Deborah for the very first time.
During the trip, Ps. Daniel was given the opportunity to share in their home church on Sunday while Ps. Myint Nwe translated for him. At the end of the service, there was a call for salvation where two people came forward and accepted Christ as their personal saviour. They were the first man and woman who became the first members of His Sanctuary of Glory Myanmar.
They came from different families and cities. The man was a retired civil engineer at 55 years of age who is now working as a construction engineer and contributing to HSG Myanmar’s economic empowerment projects. The lady was 25 years old when she accepted Christ. Today she is a spiritual daughter to Ps. Myint Nwe, taking up the role of general secretary in the church and communicating with all other denominations in Myanmar.
The salvations of these two key individuals was a confirmation from God to Ps. Myint Nwe, as they were both from staunch Buddhist backgrounds; making their salvation a miracle.
Within the same year, in the month of October, HSG Myanmar was established. It was an exciting adventure with God’s grace marking every step of the way, as even the finances needed was provided for right on time to purchase the land where the church was to be built on, . It was the humble beginning of a great journey for Ps. Myint Nwe and HSG Myanmar.
In the year 1996, Ps. Myint Nwe attended the very first Project Barnabas in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
“When I was first here (HSG Kuala Lumpur), PB was not held in the Sanctuary. We were only in a meeting room. However, every year when I come back to visit; there would always be changes seen from construction, sound system upgrades, stage renovation, and new members. I am glad to see the improvements that take place every year, not only in the church’s physical building, but also in the transformation of church members’ lives. I am very inspired!” —Ps Myint Nwe
To date, he has never been absent from any PB conference, and he is very proud to belong to the HSGGM family, serving God and building His kingdom in Myanmar.