Kampot is a city in southwest Cambodia, edging onto the Gulf of Thailand on its southern coastline. The area is well-known for its pepper plantations and salt fields, with most tourists visiting to see the old French colonial architecture. The team from DPM Cambodia held a pastors and church leaders training session during May for 26 pastors from 20 local churches from this province.
Fifty percent of the Cambodian population is younger than 22 years old, so education in God’s Word and youth ministry is the focus area of DPM-Cambodia. Recently, we partnered with a local church in Takeo Province, reaching out to 150 young people during the Buddhist public holiday. The youth proclamation cards are great material and we used the card I Look Good for this outreach programme.
50% of the Cambodian population are younger than 22 years old, so education in God’s Word and youth ministry is the focus area of DPM-Cambodia. Recently, we partnered with a local church in Takeo Province, reaching out to 150 young people during the Buddhist public holiday.
DPM-Cambodia Outreach Director, Huy, along with the DPM team, recently held an outreach in the Takeo province (south-west Cambodia) for 200 village people in conjunction with a local church. They also held a second prison outreach at Takeo Province to 780 prisoners and 65 officers.
Yao Phor, a young pastor in a north-eastern province in Cambodia, has about 100 people in his congregation. He shared that there are many demonic works in his village - the devil makes people sick and asks them to kill animals as an offering. When a New Zealand missionary couple visited Cambodia earlier this year and held a seminar for pastors, Yao Phor eagerly attended.
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Derek’s book Divine Exchange and Teaching Letter Benefits of Redemption were given out to 600 young people who gave their lives to the Lord at a...
The first DPM booklet we know of in Khmer has been printed and distributed at a youth conference!