Meet The Team

Ali Rugani Myanmar Orphan

Ali Rugani

Ali is a SLP and MBC who has a heart for helping people. She is passionate about Jesus and believes that volunteering for Binding Thread allows her to be used as His "hands and feet". She has been involved in the Myanmar orphanage network since 2005.

Amy Kerney Myanmar Orphan

Amy Kerney

Amy is a teacher at ECS. She is excited about what Jesus is doing in the nations and is especially passionate about Myanmar. Amy has been a part of orphanage work in Myanmar since 1998. She loves to tell success stories of how God loves and changes lives of the children in Myanmar.

Ashley Dye Myanmar Orphan

Ashley Dye

Ashley is a CPA who enjoys using the talents God gave her to serve and help those around her. Volunteering with Binding Thread has given her the opportunity to bring together her love of God, the Myanmar people, and accounting. She has been involved in the Myanmar orphanage network since 2012.

Beth Tromley Myanamr Orphan

Beth Tromley

Beth has a heart for non-profits. She and her family started Riding Hope in 2005. She continues to be busy with Riding Hope, while also pouring into Myanmar through Binding Thread. When the opportunity to manage the loom house presented itself, Beth felt called to manage and pour in even more. 

Donna Carr Myanmar Orphan

Donna Carr

Donna is a retired Social Service Director. Her first trip to Myanmar was in 2006 and says, “left a large part of her heart there.”  She has returned 14 times since, serving in various leadership capacities. Her passion for serving is just as strong as ever.

Jason Rugani Myanmar Orphan

Jason Rugani

Jason fell in love with Myanmar on his first mission trip there in 2009. He has been every year since and feels a call to serve the orphans, leaders, and widows there. He feels blessed to be able to work with this ministry and to be a witness to God's works there.

Jody Smith Myanmar Orphan

Jody Smith

Jody is an MBA, who has worked in sales for over 25 years. During a mission trip to Myanmar with his daughter, he connected a passion for God with a desire to serve in missions. Since 2011 Jody and his family have been supporting orphans, widows and church planters in Myanmar.

Donna Carr

Donna is a retired Social Service Director. Her first trip to Myanmar was in 2006 and says, “left a large part of her heart there.”  She has returned 14 times since, serving in various leadership capacities. Her passion for serving is just as strong as ever.

Jason Rugani

Jason fell in love with Myanmar on his first mission trip there in 2009. He has been every year since and feels a call to serve the orphans, leaders, and widows there. He feels blessed to be able to work with this ministry and to be a witness to God's works there.

Unsung Heros

More than those in leadership.  More than those whose names are noted.  More than any one individual. 

Our team consists of hundreds of people throughout the US that find themselves stepping out to help children and widows in need in Mynamar and throughout the world. Their individual dedication to caring for others in need is what makes this world work.  Seeing their immense love for others is truly a blessing here as much as it is there.  

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TESTIMONIALS

''Thank you so much for your love and support for the widows and orphans in Faith. Thank you so much for your heart for our family. May God bless you more and more''

"We will never repay your love and care for our family, May God who is a God of orphans and needy repay you more abundantly. Love you so much. Pray for you always."

"By God’s grace and your prayers and support, we can be 12 years old. During these 12 years, we have been never hungry because of your support. Our Rice and oil buckets are never empty. There has been no starveling day until today. You meet all our needs through God’s Grace."

"Thank you so much. We can feel your love and care and your prayers. We all love you and pray for you all every day."

"It is my biggest desire/prayer to reach souls in millions one day! However, to be faithful to Him is more important than our achievements or hard work... Because He loves us so much... Thanks so much for your prayers and support... Myanmar/we are blessed so much through you and Biding thread brothers and sisters! God bless you more and more!"

"Thank you so much and great wonders for the poor people you help them. Great appreciation to you. You have done and help for the hopeless people in Myanmar."

"Thank you so much for your love and hard work for us. We receive the money that you sent us. Thank you so much. God bless you all whosoever work so hard and love us so much. We can not know them by name but Our Father knows them very well. We pray for you all and trust you and love you all. Thank you."

"We all are doing well. The kids are so happy. Thank you for your working hard for us and thank your love. We love you. We are praying for you every day. God bless you."