Cambodia: Pastors training Samba Preykuk
Samba Preykuk is a cultural and historical site located in Samba village, about 25 kilometres northeast of Kampong Thom provincial town. The site was once an old capital named lsanapura and a religious centre for the worship of Shiva Brahmanism.
Many temples were built in Samba Preykuk during the reign of King Jayavarman I (AD 616- 635) in the 7th century.
We recently held a training seminar at Sambo Prey Kuk, K. Thom Province. On our first day during our talk to a lead pastor, we noticed there were some wrong beliefs amongst local pastors. Although they believe that people will go to heaven if they accept Jesus as their Savior, they didn't recognise there are other blessings available to us in our daily lives. There was also the belief that we need to do good works in order to be righteous, and they were not clear that Jesus has already won the victory on the cross.
We felt very heavy-hearted after the meeting and that night we prepared for the next day's lessons which were focussing on Derek's books Do You Realize How Valuable You Are?, The Divine Exchange, and Spiritual Warfare.
The next day we had a lot of sharing and group discussion on these topics, and we really thank God that Derek's teaching is so solid and good for local pastors to use in their churches. At the end of the training session, we gave each pastor 10 sets of Derek's Khmer books and proclamation cards.
Watch the video below to get an impression of pastor Huy's outreach trip: