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Ken Hulme - 700 Club International Managing Director

Kaung, age 12, loves playing spinning tops with his neighborhood friends. Like most Burmese children, his friends are Buddhist. Kaung is a Christian. 
 
“Jesus is number one in my life,” he told CBN. “I want my friends to believe in him and go to heaven!”

One morning at Sunday school, Kaung’s teacher asked if anyone in class would like to share Superbook with their friends. Kaung said yes, and went to ask his parents! 

“My son wanted to have an outreach event at our home,” said Kuang’s mom. “I am happy that he loves Jesus so much and wants his friends to know him too.”

Kaung quickly prepared the invitations to his Superbook party. Twenty-five Buddhist children came to watch stories about creation and the first Christmas. Afterwards, everyone prayed to receive Jesus as their Savior—including Chan.

“I prayed because I believe that Jesus is God,” said Chan.
 
Now, some of Kaung’s friends are also coming to Sunday school with him to learn more about Jesus! 
 
“I am very happy that I was able to share about Jesus with my friends through Superbook,” he said. “When I grow up, I want to become a pastor. I want the whole world to believe in Jesus.”

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CBN partners help proclaim and demonstrate the Gospel to 159 countries and territories in 75 languages with 57 years of integrity. Explore the life-changing work of CBN.

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