My ministry generally tends to be based in three directions. First of all, I minister within the local Takhmau church. I help gather people for church every week, then assist in the children’s class. We are starting up an outreach to the teens on Sunday afternoon by using volleyball and soccer. I also help with the music ministry. We are praying that the Lord would continue to bring souls to Himself and help the Christians to grow. Second of all, I am in charge of preparing and teaching the English curriculum at Cambodia Baptist College. I also teach several other classes. I think the most important part of this ministry is building up relationships with the students, whether through the class time, weekly volleyball games, or Bible studies. Third, I have a few ministries with which I reach out into the community. I am currently teaching English to a couple of high school students. I also teach music at a nearby music school and am praying about the Lord’s leading regarding teaching English at a university. I believe that finding ways to reach people in their homes is a great way to build relationships and to witness to the lost.
Cambodia is a country that is needy spiritually, physically and financially. The people seek anything from anyone. Some are eager for good news; others, only for what they can get. There are many ways to enter the country, whether with medicine, education or non-profit organizations. The Gospel is so necessary to this country and is still completely unheard of in many regions of Cambodia.