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A Prayer Answered, A Dream Fulfilled

A Prayer Answered, A Dream Fulfilled

Gospel Hope and Healing in a Cambodian Village A sick day can spell disaster for any rural family in Northern Cambodia.  That’s why Sokha was gripped by fear when her working husband fell ill.  She watched his limbs swell severely—a condition that worsened for over a year.  Desperate for a cure, the couple spent all…

12 Faces of Missions – March

12 Faces of Missions – March

March Chan from Siem Reap, Cambodia Meet Chan, a retired nurse and a member of the AOG church, a WPS partner, in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Though he has been an active member of the church for a long time, he has always felt a need to make a change in his community. After attending a…

God Answers in Unexpected Ways

God Answers in Unexpected Ways

As Daly cried out to God, “Creator God, please bless us with a source of meat for our younger brother’s birthday. We have so little, but you give us everything we need day by day”, screams from a familiar voice stopped her cold. She immediately ran in the direction of the young orphan girl’s shrieks….

Faces Alight with the Gospel

Faces Alight with the Gospel

A Thriving House Church Movement in Cambodia When Kimvohn was miraculously healed, she and her husband gave their lives wholeheartedly to Jesus. A mother of 6, Kimvohn was so grateful that she immediately carried her heavy wooden altar and other Buddhist symbols outside her house to burn them. Her sister pleaded with her to give…

An Oasis of Life in a Wilderness of Drought

An Oasis of Life in a Wilderness of Drought

A Cambodian village sees life-giving fruit in a barren time The rural village of Srah Keo is a rarity in Cambodia: It’s thriving in the midst of drought. Most homes in this historically poor village boast a bountiful vegetable garden. They’re also ringed by mango trees bearing luscious fruit. And the children, once malnourished, are…

A New Way of Orphan Care

A New Way of Orphan Care

Losing their parents is tragic enough. But orphans then face a second trauma. They’re taken to an unfamiliar place — an orphanage — where they don’t know anyone. Often they’re cared for by workers whose best efforts are stretched thin by overwhelming needs. Our ministry will always support orphanages, especially where war or disaster has…

Fulfilling the Great Commission Through House Churches in Cambodia

Fulfilling the Great Commission Through House Churches in Cambodia

The integration of a church planting movement includes casting the vision of the Kingdom of God, seeing the example of Jesus’ ministry, complete obedience to all that Jesus teaches and intentional evangelism—leading to disciples making disciples. In Cambodia, and many other developing countries, house churches are the most expedient and culturally relevant means of seeing…

Salvation in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Salvation in Siem Reap, Cambodia

One week ago in Cambodia this woman was invited by a Christian friend to a training for evangelism and disciple making. During the training, she expressed a desire to know Jesus. After some biblical instruction, she renounced false religion, cut the strings believed to protect her from spirits, received Jesus as her Savior and was…

Ministering Globally to Those Who Minister

Ministering Globally to Those Who Minister

It takes several hours to drive to Kampong Cham in central Cambodia. There, in a humble, stilt-legged church built in a style suited to the terrain, thirty people gathered with great anticipation despite heat, humidity and only a few operational fans. These hungry souls were ministers of various callings: bi-vocational pastors burdened with building up…

The Church’s Global Calling To Community

The Church’s Global Calling To Community

As a pastor, I see clearly the church’s call to represent Christ at home and abroad. I know the need and benefit of gospel outreach in any community, and I want to see my own city healthy and full of life. That’s why I labor for Christ’s transforming gospel to be preached in my community….

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