2

The Field of Cambodia

Twenty-four provinces make up Cambodia’s population of about 16.5 million people. Buddhism is the dominant religion. Of the forty-three people groups, thirty-one are unreached. Cambodia borders with Vietnam, Thailand, and Laos. There is a lot of free movement of people among these countries. 

Mission

God gives us value, eternal value. People do not know this awesome Person – God. That is what led GGWO to begin visiting Cambodia in the 1990’s. Through prayer and by Gods’ grace, we moved here in June 2019. God brought a team together from Thailand, America, and Singapore. Body life started! Services started! Prayer started! Evangelism started… and a CHURCH STARTED!

The Finished Work of Jesus Christ, the empty tomb that followed the cross, death being overwhelmed and defeated by life are messages that have not entered the minds or hearts of people here.

Pray to the Lord of the Harvest

So, what do we want to pray? That the Lord of the harvest continues to give us a harvest, that this nation sees the truth and becomes saved. We desire to disciple new believers in grace and truth. Lord willing, we intend to open a powerful Bible school that will make fishermen, businessmen, carpenters, drug addicts into awesome men and women of God who can rightly divide the Word. We are trusting God for many churches to be planted in Cambodia and the neighboring countries. 

We are thankful for every prayer that goes up for us. It is an honor to walk with you in this great journey of the Great Commission. Yahweh is the water for the thirsty and the bread for the hungry. Christ is coming soon, and the fields are ready to be harvested! – Pastor Ryan Raina

cambodia.body

Comments(2)

  1. Reply
    Don Tree says:

    Very encouraging to read about the ministry there. I support missions through Baltimore and am very uplifted to see the work going on. My prayers are with you folks and the wonderful work that you are involved in. DON

  2. Reply
    Ryan says:

    Thank you Don !!! We need and appreciate your prayers.

Post a comment