"My daughter is a 72-ounce silver girl, not a 12-ounce one!" According to tradition, a Kim Mun young man has to pay a price in silver to his bride's parents to obtain her release. A young woman's price was based on her beauty and health. Another unusual Kim Mun custom was that a girl would bite the arm of her boyfriend to show her interest in him. The Kim Mun are an indigenous people who live in villages in forested areas of Vietnam near the Chinese border. Almost all Kim Mun practice folk religion and veneration of their ancestors.
No written Scripture is currently available for the Kim Mun's language.
Vietnamese tribal believers can take the gospel to the Kim Mun.
"May our granaries be full, providing all kinds of produce; may our sheep bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our fields;" Psalm 144:13a
Pray that physical prosperity will lead this people group to thankfulness to the Lord rather than spiritual apathy.
Pray that the Kim Mun believers would be established in the faith and share the good news of Jesus with their families and friends until there is a powerful movement to Christ among them. Pray for the Lord's abundant spiritual and physical blessings for the Kum Mun people of Vietnam. Pray that the Bible would soon be translated into the Kim Mun languages. Pray the Lord would bring whole families and villages into the kingdom of God.
|People Name||Kim Mun|
|Primary Religion||Ethnic Religions|
|Online Audio NT||No|
|Christ Followers||Few, less than 2%|