The mission statement of VCRM is to restore and renew hope to Vietnamese individuals and families suffering from drug addictions and other destructive lifestyles through the proclamation of the Gospel and the transforming power of Jesus Christ.
Come over to Macedonia to help us!
The story is recorded in Acts 16:1-5, the Apostle Paul and Silas planned to go to the regions of Phrygia, Galatia, Bithynia to spread the good news of salvation in the Lord Jesus, but when they came up to Mysia and were just about to enter Bithynia, “… the Holy Spirit did not allow them. So, they went down to Troas. And a vision appeared to Paul in the night: a man of Macedonia was standing there, urging him and saying, “Come over to Macedonia and help us.”
As each of us follows Christ in our lives, perhaps once we heard the voice of the Lord telling us to do something for His name, for His church, for God’s Kingdom. For the brethren in Restoration Ministry, their “Macedonian” call is to go to the young people in bondage to drugs, cocaine, gangs… that no one else can help deliver from the grips of prison and sin except by the power of the saving gospel of the Lord Jesus alone. They have heard the call of the Holy Spirit and responded to the call, to bring the good news to those desperately pleading “Come to the prison camps to help us.”
In January 2016 we visited the Rehabilitation Prison No.2 in Hanoi. We met with people who have been recovering from addictions and have experienced God’s salvation and restoration in their lives.
HIV Positive, Living with Hope
Thank God for His amazing work to change many broken people who are deeply addicted, suffering, and have no way out except to become His children. The Vietnamese Christian Restoration Ministry has been helping these people and bringing them back to God for years. We’re thankful to be able to attend their group and worship God with them with all our hearts. Praise God for saving them from the power of the darkness and giving them the power of the Holy Spirit through the Word of God to overcome and know the meaning of life. A lot of them have HIV but they live in peace and promise to spend the rest of their lives to serve God and help the other people who in the situation like them. We’re encouraged and graceful! Praise the Lord.
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