Buddhism runs deep and yet nothing can hinder the Gospel
Ministry in Cambodia
Here's the alarming reality in Cambodia today: there are more than 8,500 villages without any Christian witness whatsoever. No church. No Christian believers. Not even a single copy of the Bible. 80% of Cambodia's population will live and die and never hear the name of Jesus... unless someone goes to them!
"We need the training materials for evangelism and discipleship," says Ngin, a church planter who is reaching her own village. "And we also need more Bibles to help the church when we do outreach in new areas."
Please consider supporting church planters like Ngin who are sacrificially reaching villages in Cambodia with the Good News of Jesus. Be a part of God's story in Cambodia today!
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The need in Cambodia is urgent! Without the light of the gospel, people live in darkness, fear, and bondage to idols that offer them no hope.
Together, we can train and equip church planters to reach 8,500 villages for Christ. You can help us in training and equipping 220 church planters who will plant 440 churches in their first year of training, and see nearly 6,600 new believers come to know Jesus as their Lord and Saviour!
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Cambodia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, is situated in South East Asia. Cambodia lies completely within the tropics where its southernmost points are only slightly more than 10 degrees above the equator. Two dominant features are the Tonlé Sap Lake and the Mekong River, which traverse the country from north to south. The Mekong River, the 12th longest river in the world, basically runs through southern China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam before spilling into the sea.
Capital: Phnom Penh
Population: 15.7 million
Human Development Index: 136th (out of 187 countries)
Life expectancy: 71.9 years
Religion: 97% Buddhist, 2% Muslim, 0.5% Christian, 0.5% other