Adoniram Judson established the foundational work upon Burmese soil at Rangoon, once he converted over to the Baptists.
But as with the Mennonites mentioned above, Bapitst are not Anabaptists in any stretch of the imagination, and the Anabaptists, dating back to the very first one (Acts 19:1-6) have to date, been "forbidden of the Holy Ghost to preach the word in Asia" (Acts 16:6). Nevertheless, under the blessing and direction of God Almighty, through the never ending work of the Holy Spirit of God, the gospel of Jesus Christ and open air evangelism as broken upon the country of Myanmar. Hre Ling National Bishop of Myanmar The Anabaptists Churches of Myanmar On May 24, 2009, the Anabaptists saints of Yangon held their Inauguration Services of the Anabpaptists Churches of Myanmar, with ministers and Christians joining in much prayer, singing and preaching as they dedicated themselves and their churches to the cause of Jesus Christ as Anabaptists for all eternity.
Right now, I'm trying to get back to my "roots" and have God be #1 above the cares of money, job, etc.
As with all Anabaptists, the brethren work night and day to provide for one another during and after such disasters, from which God opens many great doors and effectuals for the preaching of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Rebuilding a Christian Family's Home following the Cyclone Nargis The completed dwelling for the saints of Yangon.
Anabaptists have never entered upon Asiatic soil in any major evangelists work in the history of the Church.
You will find Mennonite churches in various countries since the Mennonites have always been willing to work with the World Council of Churches and other apostate liberal, ecumenical groups that have always been allowed anywhere Catholics are allowed.
If a young man wanted to marry a woman he needed to have a “Schteeklimann:” go to the woman’s family and receive her and her family’s agreement.
The couple would then only meet in private at weddings, funerals, and other social gatherings.
I'm not as devoted as I would like to be, but I'm trying my best.
In conformity with general medieval practice Anabaptists expected to supervise and direct the marriage arrangements for their young people.
To a medieval European parent the marriage of a son or daughter without his consent was unthinkable.