ABOUT US

Discipleship and Church Planting Great Commision.

OUR TEAM

The Committed people behind our Vision and Mission.

  • Rev.Alan Jones

    KMI Founding Director

    I long for the raised voice, the howl of rage or love.

  • Ps.Danny Wherrett

    KMI Director Australia

    Contented with little, yet wishing for much more.

  • Michael Duo

    Developer

    If anything is worth doing, it's worth overdoing.

KMI's Projects

Transforming Lives and Communities throughThe word of God.

Discipleship Traning

Bible Training90%
Vocational Traning80%
Health Care70%

Community Development

School90%
Clinis80%
Tranings 70%

Micro Financing

Agricultre90%
Animal Farming 80%
Small Business70%

ACHIEVEMENTS

We help Whole mangrow spirtually and physically.

150

GREAT PROJECTS

300

HAPPY CLIENTS

650

COFFEES DRUNK

1568

FACEBOOK LIKES

STRATEGY & CREATIVITY

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PORTFOLIO

We pride ourselves on bringing a fresh perspective and effective marketing to each project.

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  • God’s Message


    Scripture Reading — Malachi 1:1-2a
    A prophecy: The word of the Lord to Israel through Malachi. “I have loved you,” says the Lord. — Malachi 1:1-2a
    The name Malachi means “my messenger.” God has a message for his people, and he wants to make sure they take it seriously from the start. This is a prophecy, God says; this is my word through my messenger. God even uses his covenant name, which in the Hebrew text is YHWH (Yahweh). In English we often render it as “the Lord” (with small capital letters). This is the name God used to describe himself when he made a covenant with his people through Moses (see Ex. 3:10-20). Then, in the message through Malachi, God adds again, “says the Lord,” making clear that this is important.
    So what is this important message that God makes such a big deal of? Very simply, it is “I have loved you.”
    God’s love is the most important message of the entire Bible, and God’s love is the central message of Malachi. God loves us.
    Throughout the rest of the book God’s people ask him a lot of questions. And behind each one they are wondering, “How have you loved us?” God always has an answer, and he has never once let his love slip, not even for a moment.
    God loves you, even if you aren’t sure that he does. Even if you don’t really know him yet. Even if you know him but have been resisting him or living in rebellion against him. He still loves you, and he very much wants you to know that.
    Prayer
    Dear Lord, you love me. It sounds almost too good to be true. But you say it clearly. Thank you. I love you too and want to learn to love you better. Amen.
  • SUFFERING!

    "Blessed are those who have been persecuted for the sake of righteousness...for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:10

    Outwardly when we are persecuted or suffer abuse - inwardly we experience "heaven" as God deals mightily with our soul, breaking its addiction to man's approval and liberating us to truly live for Christ.

    1 Thessalonians 5:18 - "In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you."
    The Scripture instructs us to give thanks IN all things, not FOR all things. When tragedy or calamity strikes we are not to thank God for them. He is not the author. He's the One who provides our way out from them, and that's what we thank Him for.
    VISION OF GOD'S PURPOSE FOR OUR LIFE
    Proverbs 29:18 - "Where there is no vision, the people perish."
    Vision makes suffering and disappointment bearable. Vision generates hope in the midst of despair and provides endurance in tribulation. Vision inspires the depressed and motivates the discouraged. Without vision, life would be a study in cyclic frustration within a whirlwind of despair. Vision is the foundation of courage and the fuel of persistence.
    SICKNESS AND DISEASE ARE NOT THE INHERITANCE OF THE REDEEMED
    Philippians 3:10 - "That I may know Him and the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of His sufferings,"

    An incorrect view of suffering has allowed the "Trojan Horse" of disease to come in through the gates of the community of the redeemed. The sufferings of Jesus were realized in the persecution He endured and in the burden He carried for people. He did not suffer with disease. That must be removed from our idea of Christian suffering.
    By:Albert Finch
  • WHAT WE DO

    We'are serving and savingsouls through the word of Christ from Last 10 years

    CONTACT US

    For enquiries you can contact us in several different ways. Contact details are below.

    Kingdom Mission International

    • Street:Maesai,Chiang Rai
    • Foundation:Kingdom Mission Int
    • Phone:+66-0946320368
    • Country :Thailand
    • Email:info@kminternational.org

    Be a part of this great mission to serve and save

    You can pray for us, visit us and volunteer with us or you can support us financially to be a part of this great mission.