Former Killing Fields Ripe for Harvest

“We are witnessing God’s hand at work!” said Soeuth and Syna Lao, Alliance workers in Cambodia. A house church in a former Khmer Rouge stronghold jumped from nine believers to thirty in one week. In addition, four new discipleship classes started, and two more are scheduled to begin.  
Born in a Buddhist home in Cambodia, Seouth is one of many survivors of the Killing Fields who fled the country. He became a Christian while in high school, and in Nyack College, New York, he heard God calling him to Cambodia to reach his countrymen for Jesus. In 1995, Soeuth and his wife, Syna, also from Cambodia, returned to their birthplace to serve the Lord as church planters. 
“People are accepting Jesus into their lives weekly, including AIDS patients we visit each week at the local Center for Disease Control clinic,” the Laos said. “At least two or three patients have accepted Christ at every visit! What’s more, with permission from the clinic staff, these new Christians have been coming to church services at the Poipet Community Fellowship.” It is a joy for the Laos to see their homeland being transformed by Christ’s love.


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