When Inn’s uncle shared the Gospel with his family in February 2022, Inn was the only one who accepted Christ. The village leaders threatened Inn and his parents, saying he would be kicked out of school and jailed and the whole family would be evicted. Inn sought refuge with Front-Line Workers so that he could finish high school and grow in his faith. Inn stayed in touch with his family, sharing about Christ whenever he could. Those Gospel seeds took root. In January 2023, Inn’s mother, Phin, and his two sisters accepted Christ. Village officials made daily threats, and Inn’s father persecuted them as well. In June, he threw Phin and her daughters out of the house. They found temporary homes with other Christians, and Phin works as a day labourer for food. Front-Line Workers are helping them with basic needs and building a permanent home. Inn is working now to help his mother and wants to be an evangelist.
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