Sulphur missionary in Thailand not arrested

Kayleigh Stansel, a Sulphur resident, went before a judge overnight in Thailand. She faced allegations of violating immigration laws and working for pay, which is illegal for missionaries in Thailand. This is an update she posted to her Facebook page.

"Hello everyone. I am ok. I have not been arrested. I'm not allowed to volunteer in the coffee shop anymore but things could have been so much worse. The police were actually very friendly and they believe that volunteers don't get paid. They were doing their job. Thank you all so very very much for your prayers. They worked. GOD IS SO GOOD!"

For almost a year now Kayleigh has been working with the Tamar Center and ministering to prostitutes in Thailand.