HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM (HOE-chee-men) – At 18 years old, T had never traveled more than several miles from her rural home until she made the few-hundred-mile journey to the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City, where she now works as a seamstress in a garment factory. She is representative of the millions of factory workers there, young women who have come to find a better economic life and an independence simply impossible in their village home. Some may find that step-up, though many do so only through Spartan living conditions, long hours, unsafe working conditions, and the prevailing threat of being a victim of crime. The government and businesses alike are working hard to improve such environmental conditions, but who will address the greater spiritual needs of T and the millions like her in this city? Please pray for T to be moved by the Gospel so that she may place her faith in Jesus Christ alone. Ask God to send laborers into the harvest field of factory workers in Ho Chi Minh City. Pray that this year, God will provide for new believers in at least five factories in the city, leading to new, multiplying churches among their workforce.
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