- Thai Christian Foundation is partnering with the Pan Rak Foundation, which is registered in Thailand.
- The vision of Pan Rak is 'To share God's love in tangible ways that bless people.'
- The Pan Rak Mission statement is 'To bring help, hope and love through the support of education, health, relief, leadership and spiritual development, and culture.'
- Pan Rak Foundation was officially registered with the Thai government on May 30, 2013.
- Pan Rak Foundation is led by an active board in Thailand and 5 full time employees.
Thai Christian Foundation (TCF) works to partner, support, and encourage dynamic organizations while being available to inspire, develop, and launch new creative avenues to share God's love in tangible ways.
Just on the Thai side of the border of Burma (Myanmar) lies the small town of Bueng Klueng. Thai Christian Foundation (TCF) supported the creation of a children’s hostel here in 1996, which laid the foundation for the dedication of … Learn More
We are providing a way to support a joint project of restoration, continued stewardship and caretaking of this valuable, historic, spiritually and physically-uplifting landmark. The objective of this joint project is to return the Cabins (Cottages), and other structures on … Learn More
About 3 miles outside the busy city center of Chiang Mai lies the Thongyoo Cheshire Home. The home hopes to provide peaceful residence to people who are disabled of all races and religions. But it is so much more; the … Learn More
On December 9, 2019, TCF’s partner Pan Rak Foundation launched a children’s book, BORN FREE and EQUAL in support of the December 10th anniversary of the adoption of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations General Assembly … Learn More
Christian Communications Institute (CCI) was founded by Allan and Joan Eubank with the support of the Thai Christian Foundation in 1980 to communicate the gospel through Thai Culture and are today a part of Payap University. CCI intends to use … Learn More
Imagine if your child had a cleft palate but you had no money for surgery. The project originally began for Thai hill tribe children by the YMCA. Today, there are very few lip and palate deformities in Thailand, perhaps due … Learn More
By helping to provide scholarships for students from the more rural and remote areas of Thailand and along the Thai-Burma (Myanmar) border, TCF supports these students in their journey to learn and grow. The students are able to continue their … Learn More
In the small city of Khao Lak, located just an hour’s drive north of Phuket Island on the gorgeous Andaman seaboard, a passionate missionary couple are teaching children and young people how to surf. Through this, they are able to … Learn More
We work with the Lawa of Thailand and the Wa people of Northeastern Burma (Myanmar). Current projects include supporting the Lawa Student Hostel, Evangelism/Outreaches and other pastoral care in Southern and Northern Wa Areas of Burma (Myanmar). TCF also provides … Learn More
The Laytongku Community Health Center (LTK CHC) is the fruit of a long-running Christian ministry to the Talakone people. Laytongku village, on the border of Thailand and Burma, is located in a culturally unique community and serves a variety of … Learn More
TCF supports prison ministry and helps to share God’s love with prisoners and former prisoners through restorative practices. We do that through the House of Blessing Foundation in Bangkok. The Thai Christian Foundation (TCF) is a main channel for people … Learn More
Allan and Joan Eubank moved to Sam Yek in July 1963 to work with the Lao Song village of Lamkajao and the Sahabamrung Wittaya School at Sam Yek. Many dynamic ministry efforts began here including the construction and dedication of … Learn More
Allan and Joan Eubank have been ministering to the Talako people since 1962 and TCF continues to support strong relationships and Christian missions led by the Laytongku Church and Christian leaders. After over 50 years of ministry to the Talakone … Learn More
This local church is near the home of Allan and Joan Eubank. When they first moved to this area there were 10 in regular attendance. The church now has 180 members and has become multi-ethnic with Thai, Chinese, Pa-Oh, Shan, … Learn More