Stories of Transformation through Christ!

More than one million villages still have not heard the Gospel. You can help us reach as many as possible. People, just like these, are waiting to be transformed by Christ.

Every village that is reached results in amazing stories of transformation through the power of Jesus Christ. These are real stories of real people.  


Free at Last!


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I had so much hurt in my past it seemed there was no hope for me. Thankfully, God had an amazing plan for me.

Raised in a broken home, my mother remarried when I was very young. I was only seven when my stepfather began sexually abusing me.

My days were filled with fear and anxiety. Besides that, I was filled with guilt and confusion about that experience with him. I knew what was happening was wrong and I hated it, but he threatened to kill me if I told to my mom. Then not long after, there was some hope. Desperate for help, I told my friend, who told her father. My stepfather was chastised and threatened with jail.

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Searching for Meaning

 IMG 2987My father died when I was only 14-years-old. I was the oldest of five children, and money was something we simply did not have. We were a family of craftsmen, creating handicraft from my country's traditions for tourist shops. But we often barely made enough to provide food for the family. Life became very difficult and I became disillusioned with my religion. It was around this time my life changed forever.

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Most Unlikely to Succeed

viboluMy trouble began when my mother died. Blamed for my mother's death, I was moved around a lot, growing up with different friends and relatives. My father served in the army and was often on the frontlines, never at home to raise me.

My country fell into a civil war; this was the time of the Khmer Rouge. The amount of food that was given to everyone was minimal; often there was no food to eat at all. If people began to complain then they would be killed instantly.

When the war ended, I reunited with my family, including my father, who I barely knew. I decided to move to Phnom Penh to continue my studies. It was there, my life changed in a way I never could have imagined.

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