Today we visited 3 of the churches in Yangon. The first was an English-speaking service at the Immanuel Baptist Church. Nels gave the message, which was well received. The church is a block away from the second largest pagoda in Yangon. The second service we attended was at the U Naw Church, which has been hosting the YEE clinic this week in Yangon. Pastor U Toe Toe led the service, which was a special service dedicated to Father's Day. There were many musical numbers by groups honoring all the fathers. Gifts were handed out to all the Dads. The third church we visited in the afternoon was Judson Church located on the University campus. It was named for Adoniram Judson, first missionary to Myanmar. Judson came from America in the 1800's to serve in this country. There is a high reverence by the people here for this man of God. Judson Church will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year. It was such a delight to worship with the saints here in Yangon! There is a rich history of Christianity here. One lady we spoke with is the 5th generation of her family who are Christians and she is in her 70's. She said that her great grandfather was baptized by Judson himself. The older people are most fluent in English, speaking almost flawlessly. They were schooled by the British when this land was under British rule. They have witnessed the decline in their country since the military took over in the 1960s.