I was born Tibet and grew up as part of a Buddhist family. During my late teens I started to work for a local businessman. Slowly, I began learning from him how to work in business.
One day, my boss asked me to take a bag of things to a nearby city, so off I went.
When I arrived in the city I was stopped at a check-
They told me that they were Christians and said that I should also have faith in Jesus Christ. I had never heard anything about Jesus before, but slowly they told me many things about Him. They told me that if I believed in Jesus, that He would help me, and that He could help me to get out of prison. One day, one of them gave me a necklace, which had a cross on it. As soon as I started wearing this necklace, I had a series of dreams all of which were the same.
In my dreams, some very tall people with long hair would come and gather around me and would speak to me in a language that I did not understand. I told my friends about these dreams and they suggested that it could be the creator God trying to speak to me to encourage me to become a Christian.
After fourteen months of listening to these people, I decided that I would become a Christian and renounce all of my previous Buddhist practices. I started to pray to Jesus and to tell the other prisoners about Him.
Every year, at the New Year celebration, it was the custom of the prison to release
two prisoners at random. Out of over a thousand prisoners, my name was chosen along
with another in-
My two friends advised me that I should try to leave and go to another country where I could learn some more about Jesus. After some thought I decided to go to India. I stayed there for five months and attended a small church made up of mostly Indians and a few foreigners, but I could not understand very much of what they were saying and so I became frustrated.
I then decided to go to Nepal, as I had heard that there were some Tibetan Christians there. After a short time I was introduced to one Tibetan Christian guy who took me to a small Tibetan Christian meeting. At this group, I was introduced to several other Tibetan people who know Jesus, this was very encouraging for me. Through someone in this group I have been able to find a place to study in a good training centre in India.