Nakaji serves as a missionary among his ethnic people. Although coming from the problematic family background, he is thankful that God has worked powerfully in his life and given him a deep burden to share the gospel with Buddhists who have not yet known the true and living God.
Testimony of Conversion
My name is Nakaji Ro, and I was born on July 15, 1984. I have three brothers and one sister. I have had a complicated kind of family because my father was a Buddhist, so he worshiped an idol. My brothers and sister were unbelievers, but my mother is a Christian. I lost my Dad when I was eleven; I regret that I will no longer be able to share the Gospel with him. It was my mother who told me about Jesus Christ and his death on the cross when I was just six years of age. I believe the Lord used my mom at that time for my conversion. Although my background seems to be tough, yet still the Lord changed my life. From then on I attended Sunday school regularly and church service nearby our town. What a blessed experienced it was for me. I always thank the Lord for saving my life.
After I graduated from high school, I had a great desire to know more about the Word of God, so I enrolled in a Bible College to study the Word of God. During my years of study at the Biblical School of Theology, I began to understand more about the Bible, and the Lord began to work in my heart about the lost souls. I felt a growing burden for unbelievers, especially Buddhists who did not know the one true and living God. If they do not know Christ, their destiny will be eternal Hell. So I want to share the Gospel with them. I became involved with the Soldiers of Jesus Christ group, serving God to find lost souls and to share the Gospel with them. Since graduating from Bible College in 2012, I have been serving the Lord as a missionary among Burmese people.
Note: For security reasons, a pen name is used for this missionary.