2/10/2022 – Buddy landed in Cambodia
2/12/2022 – In two hours after preaching today we are starting a 10-day tour of Cambodia to teach 3 seminars that 800 people have signed up for. Additionally, we will do simultaneously doing medical clinics at each of these places. Pray that Jesus is welcomed into many lives. Repairs for the bus… in the middle of the trip
2/14/22 Great day at our first seminar. 130 in attendance, 25% had never heard of Jesus. We taught them about Jesus. 10 were baptized. The angels rejoiced! Day two starts soon!
2/15/22 Left the Thai border and now to Kampong Tonle for a second seminar that starts 12 hrs from now. We finished at 4 pm today and our total was 19 baptisms for the two days. We should arrive at our hotel before midnight and have breakfast at 6 am. It was an exciting trip, can’t wait to meet the next group of participants.
2/17/22 Perspective is so important in the mission field. We were honored to present Jesus to Buddhists, about 100 of them the last two days. The relationship with the crowd was good. The discussion was not overwhelming but, it was hard to get them to ask us questions. Ultimately we preached Christ and him crucified! 5 people had their eternity changed today. Our God is awesome.
2/18/22 Yesterday we had 124 in attendance at the Seminar near Kompong Thom. Great crowd. Great questions for us. Tell us about the attributes of God. How can I be saved? Tee the ball up and hit it… 10 souls considering eternity. The rest of the story unfolds as we start day 6 of seminars.
2/20/22 Finished up in Kampong Thom. 126 in attendance 17 baptisms. It was a great two days.
2/21/22 Starting this morning with 200+ in attendance. They asked questions about salvation, we taught them what the Bible said. 15 new Christians in the Kingdom of God. God is Good!!!
10/9/2020 Below is a link to an 18-minute video (with captioning) of the CCM land development to help us become more self-supporting in the future. Our goal is to be able to cover the monthly CCM Center operational expenses by 2024. This would include salary for all workers (interpreters, farmworkers, cooks, doctors, etc.), food for the 30+ people @ CCM Center, utilities (electric, cable, etc.), gas, diesel, and maintenance for the farm equipment, and other expenses. We will always need some help for the orphans, water wells, and medicine but it would be awesome to get the monthly operational expenses covered by the revenue we receive from the fish, frogs, rice, coconuts, etc. Plus, Sokhom always has some projects in his mind for the future that will bless the poor of Cambodia physically and spiritually.