Fellow Servants of Christ, we are delighted to be a part of God’s work in Cambodia!
After a short break from “Application Week” and Short Courses we have resumed class and begun our new courses. This trimester involves 4 courses, two of which are Christian Evidence and the Fundamentals of Church. Both are taught by our co-directors and much needed for our first year students.
During the week of January 21-25, we had brother Wayne Burger from the Bear Valley Bible Institute come and teach us on Hermeneutics. Brother Wayne has so much knowledge in the bible and vast experience in many areas. For one of our Sunday services we asked Wayne difficult questions in which he answered with God’s voice from scripture. We appreciate him very much and his willingness to travel and share with us this wisdom.
During the week of January 28-Feb 1 brother Wes Autrey, who is our coordinator, teach us “How We Got the Bible” in the mornings and “English Pronunciation” in the afternoons.
We are very grateful to brother Wes who puts in the effort for us to grow in God’s kingdom. Wes engages us with a Skype chapel every Friday morning to bring us a lesson. Our staff and students learn a lot about our God’s words.
We continue to thank all of the overseas teachers that Skype or come over to teach us to be better Christians through God’s word. Without these men, without all of you who pray and support us we would not be able to God’s work as effectively. Thank you for your kindness and love. We do know that with God all things are possible.
Please pray for two men and one woman who have recently dropped out due to family responsibilities, pressures of Buddhism or simple lack of confidence and faith.
During the month of January we attended two seminars. One took place at the Best Centre in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, (6 hour drive from Siem Reap). During the month of February we attended another seminar in Battambang, Cambodia (3 hour drive from Siem Reap). This seminar’s theme was “Listening Lab” which taught about the 11 skills to improve our communication as leaders of the church. We desire to learn as much as possible and contribute when we can at these seminars.
Last but not least, we would like to thank you for your support and kindness in helping out with the all of work in Cambodia. Without your help, we couldn't do all things. But we also surely know that God is the One who made it happen. Don't forget to pray for our work in Cambodia.
Servants of Christ,
Piseth Rin - Co-Director
Pros Rok - Staff