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Free Burma Rangers Bring Hope to Burmese Christians Under Attack with Dave Eubank – Episode 143

In the tiny sovereign state of Burma resides one of the most oppressive governments and perpetrators of human rights abuses in the world. Bordered by China, Thailand, India, Laos, and Bangladesh, this country’s Kachin Christian minority has seen the violence against them escalate ever since the 17-year ceasefire was ended by the Burmese government in 2011.

The Kachin are suffering the effects of the Burma-China cross border trade agreement of 1988 which has over-logged, over-mined, and displaced thousands in their own homeland. The sex slave trade industry is flourishing in the region as women and children who flee their villages are trafficked in China as prostitutes or advertised as mail-order brides.

Today’s guest on Off the Grid Radio is Dave Eubank, founder of the Free Burma Rangers, a Christian missions, multi-ethnic, humanitarian service group. The purpose of the group is to bring help, hope, and love to the Burmese people by providing emergency medical aid, shelter, food, clothing, and human rights documentation. They operate a communications and information network inside Burma that provides real-time information for areas under attack.

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In this episode:

  • Meet Dave Eubank, founder of the Free Burman Rangers
  • How Solutions From Science is adapting solar generators for use in Burma
  • Brian’s episode of Doomsday Preppers airs
  • And more…

To learn more about Dave Eubank and the Free Burma Rangers, please go to:  www.FreeBurmaRangers.org

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5 comments

  1. Great show, I certainly will be spreading the word for Free Burma Rangers.

  2. Hey, I actually know someone on the radio!!! This is so cool – Dave is a fantastic guy, and has a great vision for helping the ethnic Burmese folks. I was there when he first started with his trips across the border, taking medicines and encouragement to the beleaguered Karen tribesmen – and just simply stood in awe of him and what God was doing through him! The way the Lord has developed this ministry into a series of 70+ teams is fantastic! Please keep him in your prayers, and any financial support that goes to them will be used for relief materials and training for even more teams!

  3. hi i am Mary Say. Thank for help my people. God bless you always.

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