In 1990, two missionary families moved to Thailand under the supervision of the Baptist General Conference to study the Thai language, intern under a Thai pastor, and eventually plant churches. Their coming to Thailand was following many years of Buddhism that is firmly established in the land. Christianity has not had an easy reception, but slowly the Christian church has been planted by men and women with faith, a call, determination, vision, and hard work. As these two missionary families began to work together, they started to realize that they each had a distinct calling. After twelve years, their one church became two in order to better develop their strategies for reaching the Thai people with the gospel.
Easterling, J. F. (2013). Converge International Missionaries and Their Churches in Thailand: Different Strategies Reaching Different People Groups in the Bangkapi District of Bangkok, Thailand. Great Commission Research Journal, 4(2), 262-279. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol4/iss2/9