Evangelizing Cambodia...

Greeting in behalf of the church in Siem Reap

I am exiting to write you this report, after reading some news and leadership which posted by brother Bob Turner that helped me to grow more as a leader.

There is some news that happened recently in Siem Reap, such as Takam now. The church there owns a piece of property that can be useful for the villagers over there and villages around. We as the local people and local members of the church at Takam appreciate brother Joe Hickey and brethren from his congregation who helped to get this property as the church at Takam requested, in purpose to build another small building to have separate classes between adult and children. As some of you may know, we have children at Takam much more than adults and it is a little bit difficult for them to study together. Now children are meeting at one of the members house, but her house is small and cannot keep all the children and the owner worries about her house that soon will break down. That's why they requested this and I think it would be a benefit for the church up there and especially the gospel can reach more and more people at the villages around. Lord willing we can build up the school there for children (this is just my opinion). We need to talk about this with the brethren in Bear Valley to see what we can come up with this situation. 

The work of evangelism is going alright. Last week we went to join in a wedding of our students down to Svay Reang next to the border of Vietnam. Everything went well, but Phanat's car got a flat tire three times when we were on the way back, which is amazing to me. This is also the first time for me to experience something like that. 

Concerning the school, I'll let brother Phanat let you know more about it. 

All in all, everything is doing okay here in Siem Reap, Cambodia and I am very appreciate to you all for your support and prayers, encouraging also your love for the work of God in Cambodia.

May our mighty God bless you. 

I love you all brethren.


Posted on January 30, 2011 .