Founded with compassion by Ray and Candace Ward in 2006, Outpour Movement is more than just an organization helping, it's a family advocating to see lives empowered. 

 

 

Mission:

Outpour Movement exists to transform, disciple, train, and empower the youth and young adults of oppressed people groups who transcend the Thai and Burma border.

Vision:

Outpour Movement, a satellite office of Kingdom Inc., is a ministry with a unique blend of empowerment, entrepreneurism and humanitarian efforts. We are seeking to transition and expand our Training Center (Famous Ray's Restaurant/Braverly Cafe) open Seeds, a creative center for youth, and buy land for an Emergency Placement Home that will offer counseling and training to help us combat human trafficking, slavery and oppression for the displaced people on the Thai and Burma border. To this end we are seeking to raise $180,000 to fund this forward motion. 

 
Worship that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress..
— James 1:27

Ray & Candace Ward/Founders

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Kayla Koontz/Braverly, Lead Advocate

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Jessica MacMillan/Stateside Advocate  

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Amy Duncan/Director, Operations

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Kristy Mikel/Braverly, Co-Lead Advocate

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Mason Turner/Seeds Advocate, In house engineer

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Michael Perez/Seeds, Lead Advocate

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Tana Turner/Teams Extraordinaire

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David Joy/Translator, Teacher

Mae Sot, Thailand is an interesting place with lots of beautiful people. It's a border town to Myanmar (formerly Burma) filled with stories of war, loss and despair, but mostly the story of victory, freedom, dreams, ambitions..hope! The story of the refugee, the story of human beings looking for home.

Outpour has had wonderful opportunities to invest into the lives of many living in Burma and “No Man’s Land” on the Thai border. Each village has vastly different living situations, populations and problems. Villagers have labor intensive jobs that often come with great risks and very little, if any, pay.

The issue of drugs and alcohol is very present among youth as well as the elderly. Some children are able to get an education, but a large number of youth drop out of school in order to help contribute toward the family household income.

Outpour looks forward to building longterm relationships in these areas with the help of supporters and teams that come along side of us in the work. We are working to establish projects in each of the villages that we’ve been visiting – building shelters to hold teaching sessions and church services, assisting with medical projects along with growing gardens, building playgrounds etc. We are at the beginning of this pioneering work and we're excited. Connect with us if you're interested in more information or are considering a trip.

 

 
And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up.
— Galatians 6:9