2021 has proven to be another challenging year for so many people across the globe. Our Derek Prince Ministries co-workers throughout the Asia/Pacific region have labored tirelessly to help those affected by Covid-19, plus job losses, food shortages and persecution. For 2022, they have even further plans.
Recently the DPM-Cambodia team organized Covid-19 relief work at Kompong Chnang Province with 60 pastors and Kompong Cham province with 100 local pastors. They delivered food supplies to support their families and DPM teaching materials for churches to give out to their communities to help keep their congregations close to our Lord and
I’m sure you will agree that the days we are living in are both challenging and exciting. Challenging due to Covid-19 and the many difficulties and changes that has brought with it, yet exciting, because the Lord is moving mightily in the midst of it to bring transformation to so many lives. One of those lives transformed is Kong Chanmakara. Kong works in a community which provides a feeding..
For the first time in February, our team in Cambodia visited a remote island, Koh Sdach, off the west coast where there was no church. They shared the Gospel with 100 families from an unreached people group, and all of them prayed to accept Jesus! Read more....
Over the past three months, Cambodia has experienced the most devastating floods for 40 years due to a tropical storm. Around 240,000 people have been affected, with 39 people losing their lives. There have been landslides in at least 19 of the country’s 25 provinces and thousands of hectares of rice and other crops have been damaged. DPM-Cambodia Director Huy and the team saw this as an...
Samba Preykuk is a cultural and historical site located in Samba village, about 25 kilometres northeast of Kampong Thom provincial town. During a recent Pastors training, our outreach workers 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
Video report. Recently we partnered with a local church at Sambo Preykuk village, K. Thom Province, reaching out to about 100 young people. They paid a lot of attention to our sharing that there is a God who is our creator and we are His sons and daughters. One of our team's family, who was a movie star and also an MC at a TV channel, shared her testimony during this outreach. She said that
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.
Doors have finally opened for DPM in the Philippines where the fields are “white for harvest.” We're grateful to take the next step in this country.
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!