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William and Rachel made a decision that took them to places they never imagined as mission fields! Why not join them on their journey?
Early on a Sunday morning, more than 140 people from the Berrien Springs community and surroundings rose to the challenge of helping fifteen schools located in Myanmar. Find out how running helped bring back smiles of hope to needy children in conflict zones.
How could a prayer for a part-time job in Michigan lead to an encounter with Syrian refugees in the Middle East North Africa Union?
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...
Feel inspired to sacrifice for the desperate needs, but not sure where you would get the money? Read Nathan Arthur’s faith-stretching experience.
Pastor Tin’s wife used to have arthritis, and his son used to be sick. But that’s all in the past after a single united prayer. Read their story of relief.
A great thing about prayer is that proximity doesn’t matter. Whether your hand is on their shoulder, or you are on the other side of the world, God can sort it all out. Here is Beverley’s story.
On a tight schedule with limited resources, Julia’s film team faced an uncertain outcome for their video project. But a series of encounters during the filming revealed another side of God’s care.
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!
Twenty years ago it was too dangerous for Cambodia Adventist Mission officers to visit the remote Cambodian province called Preah Vihear. Read here to learn how your gifts boosted the ministry in this area.
When groups come together for focused prayer, things happen. Whether overseas or in your hometown, these testimonies show that God is active.
Aye Aye chose Jesus over her husband and his religion and has never regretted it. Find out why.
Charis and Caia Kim got these special boxes from their daddy, Calvin. Find out what they did with them…
Imagine not having water to drink, bathe or prepare food and how that would affect your life. Unfortunately, for many people this is a daily reality. Find out how ASAP helps to provide not only physical water but the water of life to thirsty souls.
Ralph and I have been interested in Southeast Asia since we served in Cambodia and Vietnam in the years before Vietnam fell to the Communists in 1975. We find joy in being a part of ASAP, through planned giving.
After learning about united prayer Va Touch decided to try it for herself. The power of prayer quickly spread beyond all expectations.
Twenty years ago it was too dangerous for Cambodia Adventist Mission officers to visit the remote Cambodian province called Preah Vihear. Read here to learn how your gifts boosted the ministry in this area.
Jeanette and Wayne share stories of answered prayers from ASAP’s 2013 prayer and fasting initiative. They find inspiration in the ways God answers their requests.
Lay Pastor Nguyen had a vision of praying for the healing of a recently converted church member. It did not happen the way she expected, but it still happened. She explains.
“Where there is no money, there is no ministry.” Though this is often the case, this report gives an alternative, showing what happens when people prioritize prayer over finances.
In Cambodia, a country with spirit houses in every Buddhist home, demon possession is a very real threat to many. This is Thy Thouen’s story of prayer, possession, and the power of God.
Sok Ran’s story of recovery shows what can happen when people combine natural remedies with faith and prayer. It ends up encouraging not only her, but her family and neighbors as well.