She called herself Grandma Jonah because she wouldn’t go where God was calling. There was no way Thai church planter Kongsri was going to that terrible village to witness. She said, “They are prostitutes and druggies, all of them." Now the lock wouldn’t budge on her house and she was mad. Was God trying to tell her something? Read more...
Millions of children are at risk of being abused, enslaved, or even trafficked into prostitution. Is there something we can do? ASAP Ministries has just finished a new curriculum for protecting children and taught our teachers in Cambodia how to use it. One teacher said, "Sometimes I’m so angry that I just shake as I hear the children share about the things they have experienced." Read More...
“Where’s my Bible?” the elderly lady asked. “I think your husband burned it up when he was drunk the other night.” Grandma Somkeet cried. She loved her precious gift.
God reached into Somkeet’s life in the midst of her suffering. Read and share her story to help others know they can change lives by spreading God’s word.
Martin Luther said, “Work, work, from early until late. In fact, I have so much to do that I shall spend the first three hours in prayer.”
Are you too busy to pray or too busy not to pray?
We invite you to spend more time in praying for the Holy Spirit, for family, for church and for a lost and dying world. See for yourself whether praying is a time saver!
Two sisters who are students of Feed and Read teacher Sok Som Arth were forced to move from Cambodia to Thailand with their parents. They girls were forced to become dishwashers at a restaurant to help earn money for their family. Continue reading to find out how God takes care of His children in sickness and in health!
Thavan Phat lives in the slums of Phnom Penh. The dragon of poverty raises its ugly head in the forms of hunger (from her children), addiction (of her husband), and hopelessness (in her heart). Yet, as a new believer in Jesus Christ, discover how Thavan saw God conquer this dragon in her world.