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New Bible Workers in Cambodia!

Siem Reap is Cambodia’s second largest city, with more than 250,000 residents, and it only has one full-time pastor. He is also the district leader for the entire province. While several church planters are working in the countryside of Siem Reap Province, more workers are needed to work in the city. 

Tim Maddocks, who has been a long time missionary in Siem Reap with his family, shared with us about several Bible Workers who were part of a temporary project that recently ended. Jesus for Asia is planning to sponsor these workers so they can continue to serve. 

Two of the Bible Workers will be working directly with the Pastor to assist in general evangelism in Siem Reap City. The third will serve as an online pastor and TV presenter, with a specific goal of reaching out to Adventists who do not live near a church group, backslidden Adventists, and other interests. 

The final two are serving as part of a church planting project. Sangkum (Hope) House is a project on the east side of the city. It started with an evangelistic project in the area. Afterward, the local Bible Workers began a twice weekly VBS in the immediate neighborhood to follow up with the children who attended the evangelistic program. Now Tim Maddocks and his team have rented a large spacious building to expand our outreach to the children and teenagers of this community, by offering them a place of safety to come and learn English, music, and about their Savior whom they are still coming to know. 

The building being rented for Sangkum House.

The two Bible Workers working with the Sangkum house project are Sa and Olive. Please pray for them and the other Bible Workers in Siem Reap.

If God is leading you to support the ministries of Bible Workers in Cambodia, please click the button below. 

-Contributed by Jesus for Asia


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