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Southeast Asia

Home to more than 600 million people, Southeast Asia has major populations of people who have yet to hear the Gospel. But those who are responding have amazing stories of transformation.

Cambodia: A Nation Within Reach

Pastor Uong Vibol needs your help to fulfill an extraordinary vision: reaching every single village in Cambodia with the Gospel! As director of Reach A Village ministry efforts in Cambodia, he estimates that a church could be started in all of the approximately 9,000 unreached villages within 5-6 years!

Vibol was there with his people through the war, pain and unthinkable suffering of witnessing 3 million Cambodians killed by genocide. He sees how they continue to live without hope, clinging to false gods and idols because they have never heard of the one true God. And it drives him to reach them all with the message of hope, the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

Over the past 10 years, there has been unprecedented growth and openness to the Gospel. Vibol now heads a network of 3,000 churches, and the plan is to reach 4-5 villages per day! Hundreds of local Cambodian Christians are united with him in this vision and are willing to take the hope and healing of Jesus to villages still scarred by the atrocities committed decades ago.

But, they can’t fulfill this vision without you. They need your prayers and financial support to train, equip and mobilize these Christians to reach every village for Christ!

“I believe there’s power in working together,” Vibol says. “If we work together, we can accomplish our mission.” Will you stand with Vibol and give generously and pray so that, together, we can see each and every village in Cambodia reached for Christ?

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Changed by the Word - Myanmar

myanm1smI am Tau Win, a retired officer from a government position. I and my wife were Buddhist from Shan State. We have four grown children and two grand children. Being Shan Buddhists we were very devout in religious matters. In my years of work I had only come across a few Christians but had no interest in their "creator God" or "Savior". These gods had nothing to do with our lives. Our concern was to try to live a good life, to have a good attitude towards everybody, do our best while on this earth. We sincerely believed that good works will attain merit for our next life.

There was a Christian man from an office nearby who would come and visit me. We had a good relationship so he would open discussions with me about the meaning and purpose of life. We listened but politely refused because we have our own religion which was handed down from our ancestors for hundreds of years. We were not that interested to read the small booklets and leaflets he would give to us.

 

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Caring for a Large Family - Chao's story

"How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can they preach unless they are sent? As it is written, 'How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!'" -Romans 10:14-15 (NIV)

AprilChao* was a vendor struggling to take care of a large family of brothers and sisters. She went near the busy town market each day with her cooked goods in containers suspended on a pole across her shoulders. A kind man, a stranger to her village, began to buy snacks regularly from her.

One day, he asked if he could share some important information with her. She carefully listened as the man, a church planter, shared the story of the God of Creation. She had not heard of the Creator God. She had never heard the story of Jesus Christ and the power of His forgiveness and love.

Family Transformed ... read more

Daw Ye - Her First Communion - Myanmar

dawyeDaw Ye is a typical Burmese grandmother at age 86. She was a strong Buddhist since her childhood and was part of the Asho Chin tribe who also worshipped local spirits. After the death of her sister, who had believed in Jesus, two of her own grandchildren became Christian, but all the rest of their families remained Buddhist.

As Daw Ye got older, she became more and more hard of hearing but remained generous in sharing what little she had with others. She usually showed her love to her grandchildren's church planter by giving eggs and vegetables. The church planter had been praying for her and had a desire to witness to her, but there seemed to be no way because she couldn't hear what the pastor was saying. Therefore, he just prayed for her that the Lord may open her heart and she might accept the Lord Jesus Christ as her Savior.

Daw's miraculous dream...read more

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