Updates from Cambodia

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-OEM team from Korea have been serving God mightily here. They have been presenting the Gospel at the brick yards before lunch. Six new people are coming to Sunday services as a result. They have brought some new craft ideas the staff and kids have really enjoyed. Today is their last day. We will miss them.
-Don’s trip to Kansas City for Exodus Cry was a very good one. His health is good and he is full of energy. He and Isaac are meeting with the manufacturer from Hong Kong regarding our girls doing work for them. The girls have been taking pride and care in their work, thank you for praying.
-The surgery our one friend has was a success, he donated a kidney to a friend. The second surgery we were asking prayer for we have not heard back on yet, and our  daughter is still having kidney stone problems.
– God is faithful through our prayer partners, supporters and staff. The girls are working hard in school, looking forward with hope and confidence in Christ.
-The Pink Room has been accepted at another film festival.
-Sisarat came back to work at ATC after a brief maternity leave. She has a darling, healthy baby boy.
-One of our ARC/ATC girls is getting married today. This after her refusing 3 other proposals, she was waiting for God to send her the “right one.”

This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us – whatever we ask- we know that we have what we asked of Him. 1 John 5:14-15


-For God’s continued provision, protection, wisdom, strength and joy. We appreciate your prayers and encouragement. These past few weeks we have see the enemies’ anger at Jesus’ light shining in the darkness. There has been a lot of sickness and depression, good plans falling through, but Jesus has been faithful to chase the illnesses  and depression away and we pray in grateful, confident expectation good things will continue to prosper here and in the USA.
-The community of Svay Pak, and others like it.  God is doing great things but still children we know are being sold, contracting STD’s, getting beaten.
-Please pray for rescues, for the cessation  of corrupt practices.
-Don is preparing four lessons to present to the OEM church in Korea the first week in February. Please pray for his work, travel mercies and health.
-For all AIM staff, they work so, so hard. Pray they will not become discouraged or grow weary.
-The Rahab’s House school is bustin’ at the seams, we need more room. The staff is doing a tremendous job growing the school, encouraging the kids and families.
-For all the Western staff and their families.

He who has ears, let him listen  Matthew 13:9


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