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  • Writer's pictureSimone Proctor

Free Burma Rangers - Run for Relief

February 2020 forever changed our lives as we sat in the movie theatre not able to get up or speak a word after watching the Free Burma Rangers (FBR) documentary. That day we saw real life examples of Christ’s sacrifice as the Eubank’s family and other rangers in their fight against the oppression in Burma risked their lives at the front lines of war. Their love for Christ and others was evident when we met them in Alaska shortly after and we look forward to serving them.


We are thankful to have been able to partner with the FBR in their 19th annual Run for Relief. Supporters from all over the world joined in prayer, raising awareness to the injustice and oppression the people of Burma face from dictators and the Burma Army.


FBR was founded in 1997 in response to a Burma Army offensive that caused the displacement of over 500,000 people. David and his wife Karen Eubank, with the help of ethnic leaders in Burma, felt lead to give their lives to bring help, hope and love to the Burmese people by providing humanitarian support, standing by the oppressed, shining light on the oppressors, as well as encourage and support leaders to liberty, justice and reconciliation. Rather than fighting back, love is the driving force of FBR. Through front line relief, human rights and conflict monitoring, capacity building, Jungle School of Medicine, Good Life Club and ethnic unity, the Eubank’s family has shared the love of Christ without ceasing in the most dangerous places and most difficult circumstances.

The non-profit has grown and continues to grow globally as servants from all walks join the movement in standing by the side of the oppressed in Burma, Sudan, Kurdistan, Iraq, and Syria. If you have not watched the Free Burma Rangers Documentary, we encourage you to visit www.freeburmarangers.org to learn about their mission and opportunities to partner with them.



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