Posted on February 6, 2020 Pray for Amy and Joseph Vo preparing to serve in Vietnam in the areas of Discipleship, Education and Economic Development.
The Vo Family

Amy and the Rev. Joseph Van Vo of Garden Grove, California, have been endorsed to serve with International Ministries (IM) as development workers in Vietnam. They will work with IM partner the Baptist Convention of Vietnam (BCV) Their home church is the Vietnamese Grace Baptist Church in Fountain Valley, California.  

Amy and Joseph are natives of Vietnam who immigrated to the U.S. as children. They look forward to returning to their birthplace to serve with the Baptist Churches of Vietnam BCV, a partner of International Ministries, as development workers. Amy’s background is in education and counseling and she will teach and coach women in building healthy relationships. Joseph’s experience is in education leadership. He will also teach and work with the BCV in leadership and economic development. 

As the first IM development workers in Vietnam, Amy and Joseph Vo will be breaking new ground. 

“We are happy to be part of God’s work in Vietnam,” said the Vos. “We are inspired and humbled by witnessing God’s work among the people of Vietnam. Because of our faith, we know the importance of being the hands and feet of Christ to help empower Vietnamese leaders and spouses for leadership and service.” 

When asked what Scripture comes to mind when thinking about their work in Vietnam, the Vos replied, “As God commanded Joshua, ‘Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.’ (Joshua 1:9) We trust and claim his promise that he will be with us and equip us for the ministry for which we are called to serve. Like Abraham, Joshua, Moses and others, our job is to trust and obey in God’s calling. We strongly believe that, when God calls us, he has a plan for us.” 

The Vos have two children who will be serving with them in Vietnam: Joelynn, age 8, and Josiah, age 4. 

Amy and Joseph are working now to build their Mission Partnership Team and raise the funds needed to begin their service in Vietnam. 

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