Alliance Women Ministries of the Hmong District Alliance Women Ministries of the Hmong District

Alliance Women Ministries of the Hmong District

We are an auxiliary ministry of The Hmong District of The Christian and Missionary Alliance.

 

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"They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendor." - Isaiah 61:3b

“Puab yuav zoo ib yaam le tsob ntoo kws tug Tswv cog tseg. Puab yuav ua ncaaj ua nceeg, mas suavdlawg yuav qhuas Vaajtswv, vim tej num zoo kws Nwg tau ua.” Yaxayas 61:3b

January 7, 2019


Enduring Through Adversity

by Pang Vang (Nxf. Ntsum Thaiv Vaaj) from ACOM Merced, CA

What a blessing it is to witness a new year with families and friends in the presence of God. As we say goodbye to 2018 and celebrate a fresh new start in 2019, let God go before us and lead us. Though we don't know what the future holds, and what trials we may face, God promises to be with us until the end of time.

The start of a new year fills us with endless possibilities and a fresh start. We make travel plans, implement better lifestyle choices, and set goals for ourselves. No matter what we've endured the past year, we have hope that we can take on the new year with confidence. But while the majority of us are going into 2019 with great optimism, many of us are unsure of what awaits us in the new year; it may be great happiness or adversity. We all want good things to come our way but what happens when tragedies strike? No one wants to face tragedy but have you ever wondered why bad things happen to us? And when they do arise, how can we overcome it?

It is never easy when we're faced with life's obstacles and challenges. Trusting God in the midst of such obstacles and challenges is a difficult task but we must continue to persevere and rely on Him. No one can escape life's challenges. Some of you may face an illness, a broken marriage, or a broken relationship. Your family may undergo a financial crisis without having the money to pay the mortgage or put food on the table. Worse yet, you may lose a loved one.

Whatever we will experience in the new year, let us put our trust in God. Our God is sovereign and He is in control of all things. Here are some of the things which I have learned through my time of difficulties and how I've overcame them.

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November 26, 2018


New AW Director

N. Kx. Tswv Txos Thoj has resigned her position as the AW Director for KHN. She had requested her resignation through DEXCOM and they have approved of her resignation. In addition, they have appointed N. Ntxhi Pov Thoj to be the new AW Director for KHN effective immediately until we meet again at the Annual Conference in 2019.

We wanted to let everyone know that though N. Kx. Tswv Txos Thoj has resigned her position, she will continue to serve as the DS Wife (Ex-Officio) for KHN.  We hope and believe this news will not discourage anyone but furthermore encourage each one of you sisters and AWM of the local churches to continue to work together with us, doing God's work through Alliance Women Ministries.

May we request that you help pray for our new AW Director, N. Ntxhi Pov Thoj and the leadership team?  Pray that we will be willing and able to do the Lord's work and encourage the local AWM to flourish for the glory of God alone.

Click here to read the Official Letter from N. Ntxhi Pov Thoj.

Do you have prayer requests? Do you need ideas for serving AW at the local church? Are you feeling discouraged? Please do not hesitate to reach out to one of our leaders. We are here to serve you.

The Alliance Women Ministries exist to glorify God as devoted Christ followers of all generations, empowered by the Holy Spirit to live the Word, do the work, and reach the world.

The goals of Alliance Women Ministries shall be:

  1. To engage every fully devoted Christ follower of all generations in effective fervent prayer.
  2. To encourage Christ followers to seek an intimate relationship with Him through spiritual formation.
  3. To reach people by demonstrating God's love and proclaiming His Word.