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FBR: Flight of the Jungle Chicken May 2, 2013 Karen State, Burma Dear friends, Thank you!

There are good changes in Burma, but attacks and oppression continue. Never Surrender are the final words of the motto of the Free Burma Rangers, which reads: Love each other. Unite and work for freedom, justice and peace. Forgive and dont hate each other. Pray with faith, act with courage, never surrender. In sports, climbing or as a soldier, surrender was not an idea I would tolerate. But as I look back at my life, I realize that I have chosen to surrender many times: to selfishness, pride, and sin. We are never to surrender to our own sin or others oppression. We are to surrender to God and to His love and direction. I want the story of my life and the story of the 70 FBR relief teams to be: never surrender to sin but surrender to God. Thank you for how we work together for freedom, justice, reconciliation in Burma. May God bless you, Dave, family and all the Free Burma Rangers A short video update from us can be seen at this VIMEO movie link: Password is: fbr Please enjoy the pictures from this past year that we have included below.

Dave and Suu with U Aung Min, head of Burma Government ceasefire team

Sahale helps to hand out food supplies to Kachin and Lisu IDPs

Suu with Karen flag riding for the displaced

Rappelling, river crossing, swim training

Ranger medic treating IDPs in Kachin State Burma

Good LIfe Club in Kachin State, Burma

All of us and Czech Ambassador Jump for Burma in Czech Republic

Petes record climb of Mt.Rainier with Dave, Jon and Chris

Suu baptized in a horse trough

Suu and her monkey ride Freedom

Petes first jump

Graduation of Free Burma Ranger relief teams

Suu sings with Karen group Klo+Kwey on New Years in Buma

Singing the Ranger song in Karen State Jan 2013

Medic Eliya and Pete with Caribou and Ptarmigan in Alaska

Todd Pierce of Riding High Ministries trains a mule and teaches us about God

Dad,Todd,Paul, Kim, Edmund and baptized Rangers

Sahale, Suu and Peter at the summit of Grand Teton Peter becomes youngest to summit the Grand Teton

The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) mission is to provide hope, help and love to internally displaced people inside Burma, regardless of ethnicity or religion. Using a network of indigenous field teams, FBR reports on human rights abuses, casualties and the humanitarian needs of people who are under the oppression of the Burma Army. FBR provides medical, spiritual and educational resources for IDP communities as they struggle to survive Burmese military attacks. For more information, please visit 2010 Free Burma Rangers | Contact FBR