Good Life Club

What is the Good Life Club?

The Good Life Club program is focused on the specifc needs of children living in crisis situations in the confict zones of Burma and incorporates the provision of emergency aid into a program that is fun, educational and focused on physical and spiritual health.

The Good Life Club program works through Free Burma Ranger relief teams working in confict areas of Burma. It is comprised of men and women of different ethnicities and faiths and the program provides assistance to all people regardless of race, ethnicity or religion. The team believes that good life is not just physical but emotional and spiritual as well, and is something God desires for all people everywhere. They try to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the different communities they visit.

Even though there are Buddhist and Animist team members in addition to Christians, all agree with the possibility of abundant life even in the midst of hardship, and individuals' ability to help share this life. The GLC is based on the words of Jesus in John 10:10: "For the thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy, but I have come that you might have life and have it abundantly." The aim of the program is to strengthen the spirit of the people, encouraging them to persevere in building a new Burma with the tools of love, truth, courage, freedom and reconciliation.