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By CommNet Media

The Bangkok Metro Region is home to nearly 15 million people. Less than 1% of them follow Jesus. That means millions may not even know a single believer. Not one. It’s our prayer to see that change. It’s going to take a ridiculous amount of work in a place that’s hotter, harder and more resistant to the gospel than you can imagine.

Life in the City

The sheer scale of a city that size cannot be mentally grasped—a fact that is only reinforced while standing 300 meters in the sky on the revolving platform at Baiyoke Tower.

But Bangkok is more than a horizon of impressive skyscrapers; at street-level, it’s a vibrant, bustling production, millions of lives and stories that intersect with each other every day—not always in ways that are good. The Thai name for Bangkok, Krung Thep, means “city of angels, home of all the gods.” With Buddhism comes endless cycles of reincarnation fed by a system of works that worshipers hope will earn them a higher status in their next life. It is a false hope and it pervades every aspect of Thai life.

Serve in Bangkok

We have opportunities in Bangkok and many cities like it. We’d love to talk to you about teaching English, working with university students or joining one a Launch Team designed to equip you for future service.

Think you’re up for it? Take your next steps.

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What About the Kids?

Learn how Pioneers works to support TCKs (third-culture kids) and their families as they make decisions, transition to the field and strive to thrive.

Photo Essay – Streets of Bangkok, Thailand

Wanderlust—or a passion for the nations—got you longing to travel? Make a virtual visit to a busy, East Asian city: Bangkok, Thailand. See yourself there?

Doing Justice, Loving Mercy, Walking Humbly

We earnestly pray that the gospel of Christ, the ultimate source of healing and reconciliation, may breathe hope and truth-inspired change into broken communities not only around the world, but also here in our own land.