Pacific Hope in Southeast Asia

20150708_104144We are so excited to share with you the next step on our journey!
As many of you know, for several years now we have been traveling into different countries of the world on the invitation of local tribal groups to partner with them and help them to begin the process of establishing House of Prayer Centers in their land.
We have established Pacific Hope as a sister organization registered as the local organization in the nations in which we work. We have several projects in process which are at different stages of development. We also continue to get invitations from some very surprising areas of the world.
One such invitation has now brought us into a region of the world where the gospel has been suppressed for many years. There are places within this part of the world where the name of Jesus has not yet even been heard. That is hard to believe in this day, but it is still true of many lands. This country has tentatively become open to the rest of the world, so now Christians who are living there have asked us to come and help them build a project for their land.
But there is something very different about this trip this time, something that is extremely challenging for us. This time we will be going in as a team. Our team will be meeting in Thailand for one week prior to traveling into this other country. In Thailand we will all be attending an international missions conference for three days as well as meeting and praying and strategizing together for the plans that God is calling us to do throughout the world. While there we will do some teaching and training in local churches, teach at a Bible school, serve at an orphanage, and will potentially acquire some land upon which to begin to build. We also have plans to trek into the back country to pray with our feet on the land, and to declare over it the destiny of the land and its people.
To be frank with you, this is so challenging for us because it is taking a great deal of financial resources to do this. All our trips thus far around the globe have been completely financed by ourselves only from our teaching salaries. The lands and people groups to which God has called us are among the poorest and least capable of paying for itinerant ministers to come to them. But God has not forgotten them!
We are not a huge, famous ministry with massive resources at our disposal. We and our team are school teachers, native pastors, humble missionaries, and regular employees of regular jobs. None of us have the means to make something like this happen on our own, but all of us are giving our all (and then some) to see this project materialize.
So we need to ask: Would you please do what you can to help us reach the lost and to bring help to the least? Would you please pray for us as we obey God to go and win the world to Him? Though your own life circumstances may prevent you from going yourself, you may be able to help send us who can.
We, as Through The Veil Ministries, are a 501 c(3) non-profit organization within the United States and can offer a tax receipt for anyone who would like to give. Thank you for praying for us and thank you for considering partnering with us financially as we go into all the world!
You can donate through our secure donation portal at either or

You may also donate through the mail. Send checks to:
Through the Veil
P.O. Box 1688
Sonoma, CA 95476

Each of you who gives will be added to our prayer team list and will be praying for you as we continue to pray for all our partners. We will send updates to keep you posted on this project, and future projects.
God bless you richly.
Yours in Him,
Scott and Dionne Husted
Through The Veil Ministries & Pacific Hope

About jscotthusted

J. Scott Husted is a writer, educator, minister and teaching missionary currently living and working in Seoul, South Korea. He carries a passion for cultivating authentic community, the establishment of the house of prayer, the plight of children at risk around the world, and raising up a new generation of leaders with a passion for the Kingdom of God.
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