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Disabled musicians concert Cardiff
June 23 2017

Winter- Spring Report 2016 to 2017 for NAFEC UK, and Emmaus Road Ministries. (USA)
December 13 2016

ERM/NAFEC UK Spring report
April 26 2016

Winter 2015 NAFEC UK
December 10 2015

REPORT OF RECENT MINISTRY IN NE ASIA JUNE 2015
July 23 2015

New links for ERM
February 09 2015

A Journey from Wales to North Korea
February 09 2015

2013 REPORT
November 28 2013

EMMAUS ROAD MINISTRY REPORT 2011-2012
August 07 2012

Korean choir’s missionary tribute
May 05 2011

Hanover Manse Report 2009-10
August 26 2010

The True Meaning Of Martyrdom
January 14 2010

NEW YORK PRAYER VIGIL
January 06 2010

Dr. Lyngdoh’s thank you and update
August 25 2009

WALES AND ROBERT JERMAIN THOMAS’ HOME
August 20 2009

Dr. Prosperly B. Lyngdoh
February 18 2009

January Newsletter Update
January 01 2009

Bangladesh Experience
December 08 2008

JAY ASHLEY COURTNEY
October 15 2008

Abdul requires open-heart surgery
September 17 2008

A CELTIC CELEBRATION
September 12 2008

Philip Eleazar Price
July 29 2007

Jonathan Hodgkins
October 01 2006

Welcome

January Newsletter Update

January 01 2009

ROADS TO KOREA & CHINA

THANK YOU so much for blessing North Korea through supporting the work which we are able to do alongside Wheat Mission.
 
In January, Steve and Stella were greeted warmly by the El Montecito Presbyterian Church, Santa Barbara, CA where they renewed their friendship with Harold and Carol Bussell.  During the evening service Dr.
Howard Moffett  shared his experiences growing up in North Korea and Steve presented recent footage from his time in North Korea.
 
During this trip, Steve and Stella  joined Wheat Mission in planning the visit to North Korea in April. We would value your prayers for this dedicated team who are committed to building relationships with North Korean leaders as well as providing medical services. In addition, the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) project is underway. Pray for all those working for its success. Steve continues to work with the founders of PUST at their university in Jilin Province, China.  You’ll never believe it—but the university under construc- tion is on the sight of the destroyed Thomas Memorial Church which was dedicated by Reverend Samuel Moffett and the Korean leadership in 1932. God works in mysterious ways!  

BANGLADESH

THANK YOU for your support which raised enough money for Abdul Halim, a young Bangladeshi with congenital heart disease to re- ceive cardiac surgical care.  In December, Steve was accompanied by an MIT student and friend of the family, Joshua Mears. Check out   Josh’s journey to  Bangladesh by visiting ERM’s website, http://www.roadmin.org.  

KOREAN—WELSH CONNECTION

We left the land of our Fathers, Wales, in 1976 when our children were little.  It was not easy, and we have learned much along the way.  But we believe, now, that our Father is taking us back to the land of hills, rain, and happy laughter. From our personal funds, we intend to purchase the boyhood home of Robert Jermain Thomas, in Llanover, Wales.  
 
Steve envisions this property to stand as a beacon, Robert Jermain Thomas’ legacy, witnessing to God’s working in the lives of His people through time. Thomas is considered one of the build- ing blocks upon which many Christian missionaries, such as Samuel Austin Moffett, continued to preach the Gospel North Korea.  He and his partner, Reverend Oh Mun Hwan,  erected the Thomas Memorial Church in 1932 in Pyongyang.
 
Wales is beginning to learn of Thomas’s willingness to step out for God.  

UPDATES

Sadly, during 2008 ERM lost two of our dear friends and sup- porters of the mis- sion:  Ray Loring, a founding Board Member, and June Harding of Ontario, Canada, a long time friend.  

For those of you who regularly inquire about Steve’s mother, Myra Price, she will be celebrating her 9oth birthday in March.  Despite her stroke in 2007, she remains remarkably cheerful and courageous.

UPCOMING EVENTS

APRIL
Possible return to North Korea with Wheat Mission.
 
SPRING & FALL
Acquisition and renovation of Robert Jermain’s property
Re-establishing the Robert Jermain Thomas Association, originally founded in 1905.