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Company Description

Lisu Bible Institute (LBI) is a four-year college that teaches the Bible in the Lisu language. LBI was established primarily to meet the needs of the Lisu Christians for a college-level Bible teaching facility in Thailand. The institute aims to systematic ... more

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Background Information

Affiliations

Founder
Asian Christian Mission

Education

BTh degrees

Ozark Bible College

Ph.D.

doctoral degrees

Web References (9 Total References)


Lisu Bible Institute -- Faculty

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Jesse Yangmi, B.S.L., B.Th., Ozark Bible College; M.A.,Th.D., Ph.D. Landmark Baptist Theological Seminary.


Jesse Yangmi ...

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Jesse Yangmi |

Lisu Bible Institute
Jesse ministers to the Lisu people in Burma, China and Thailand where he was instrumental in the beginning and building the Lisu Bible Institute. Among his multiple ministries, he recently completed a new translation of the Bible into the Lisu language complete with study guides. His next goal is to have the Bibles printed and distributed to as many of the Lisu people as possible.


Jesse ...

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Jesse Yangmi

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Jesse Yangmi: The Early Years Son of a tribal chief, Jesse Yangmi was born high in the mountains of an un-administered area of the Tibetan/Burma border. When he was still a child, a Lisu missionary named Hupasha came across the snowy mountains to tell his village about Jesus. Although Jesse's father rejected Hupasha's message, Jesse chose to follow Jesus and for this was also disowned by his father, and went to live with his uncle in another village. After several months, Jesse's father relented and allowed him to return home. Putao Years and Freedom Jesse grew up in a multi-lingual society that used Lisu, Chinese, Jerwang and other languages. This upbringing foreshadowed a lifelong interest in languages and the important contribution Jesse would make to the tribal people of Asia. Jesse's father finally accepted Christ as his savior in 1949, and when he died a year later, Jesse moved south to the Putao plain of northern Burma. In the following years, he took advantage of every educational opportunity he could find, developing a reputation as a teacher among his people.
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Jesse used his time in the United States to complete BSL and BTh degrees at Ozark Bible College. Because of his extensive experience on the mission field, Jesse was asked by the college to teach courses in missions to his fellow students. Asian Christian Mission and Lisu Bible Translation Upon completing his studies in 1975, Jesse formed Asian Christian Mission (ACM) and began mission survey work in northern Thailand among the Lisu people there. For fifteen years, Jesse's mission strategy was to live with the people and get to know them, and later to tell them the good news about Jesus as opportunities arose. Jesse was also able to maintain contact with churches in nearby Burma. Concurrent with the mission work, Jesse undertook a retranslation of the Lisu Bible in partnership with the United Bible Society. The result was a more readable "Good News" type translation that was more usable for the Lisu. As the Lisu Christian church began to develop and grow in Thailand, a lack of properly trained pastors, teachers and Sunday school teachers became evident. As early as the 1980's, Lisu Christian leaders saw the need for the establishment of an institution that would be devoted to training promising young Lisu Christians for missions and ministry, and to fill the gap of biblically trained leaders that was growing larger as the church grew. Tragedy and a New Beginning This vision continued into the 1990's, but progress seemed slow. Then sadly in 1997, Drema Esther passed into eternity after a short illness, leaving Jesse to continue the work without his beloved and loyal partner of 35 years.
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It was Drema who had "held down the fort," freeing Jesse to make his significant contributions to the work in Asia.
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After a time, Lisu Christian leaders of Thailand approached Jesse and asked him to shepherd to completion the project that had only been a dream for so many years. They commissioned Jesse to found a Bible training institute for Lisu and other tribal groups. Jesse agreed, and began a grueling two-year travel and fundraising effort. At the same time he began coursework towards the attainment of advanced theological degrees; since these academic attainments would help the new school attain favor in the eyes of the Thailand government. In 1998, a large tract of land was secured north of Chiang Dao, Thailand, and temporary bamboo structures were erected to house the first class of Bible College students. Jesse was awarded three doctoral degrees in 2001. Campus development continued, and funds were secured for this purpose. By 2002, most of the buildings on campus were permanent. In 2003, LBI held its first graduation ceremony. Today Today 80 percent of LBI graduates are serving as leaders and teachers among the Lisu people, while 10 percent have gone on to advanced study. The Institute is a fully-modern facility, staffed with well-trained teachers ready to provide new opportunities for young Lisu and other tribal students who dream of serving in full-time ministry. Although Jesse continues to serve LBI as a teacher, he is concerned that he leave the Lisu people with a newer, better translation of the Bible that includes an accurate concordance. He is also being asked to produce other Christian literature.


Lisu Bible Institute -- History

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Jesse Yangmi, a missionary and evangelist among the Lisu since the early 1970s, was asked to lead the effort in helping to establish the Lisu Bible Institute.

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Currently, Jesse Yangmi, Ph.D. serves as President and Ahpoe Yang as Vice President.


Thursday, the children learned how ...

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Thursday, the children learned how Jesse Yangmi went to school in america, then returned to asia to help begin the Lisu Bible Institute .

Jesse Yangmi, Lisu Bible Institute President

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