Cambodia – Asia

The Cambodia — Asia base of Teen Missions International

Cambodia

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History & Ministries

Teen Missions in Cambodia is located in the town of Siem Reap in northern Cambodia, home of Angkor Wat.  This base is one of the only Teen Missions bases located inside a town.  It is a small compound with a two-story building that is in the process of being built.  Each summer, the staff run a national Boot Camp in an alternative location, since the base is too small to hold theBoot Camp. The first Boot Camp was run in 2004 and it has run every year since.  The base also runs a BIBLE, MISSIONARY & WORK (BMW) Training Center.  The staff at the base is very diverse as there are people serving there from Canada, Hungary, and the Philippines.

The Land & People of Cambodia

Cambodia, a primarily Buddhist nation, is nestled between Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. This small country has survived a brutal history, as it was caught in the conflicts of the Vietnam War and was also controlled by the Khmer Rouge.  Almost two million Cambodians were killed during this time.  Today, the majority of the 13 million citizens are farmers and many live in poverty.  Tourism is a major source of income, as people from all over the world come to visit Angkor Wat, home of the largest Buddhist temple.  The official languages of Cambodia are Khmer, French, and English and Phnom Penh is the capital city.


Latest News

Cambodia Summer 2015

  • News And Pictures From Cambodia! July 24, 2017 Greetings from Cambodia!   Our team is finishing up our time here in Kampong Chnnang.  We had our last day of ministry today.  We presented at a nearby school.  There were probably 250 children there.  They were very responsive and did all the motions to the songs with us. The team had a great time with them.  BJ shared his testimony and Anna-Kate shared the Gospel through the colors of the Wordless Book ...
  • God Works in Amazing Ways December 16, 2014 See How Teen Missions is Impacting Other Ministries We just had a meeting of different ministries at our home and were pleased with the spirit of cooperation. Dr. Kim from Korea will be joining us to teach our students about first aid and basic medical methods as a result. He in turn met someone who will be helping him with a music ministry and we will be helping teach his medical students the Bible. Other good connections were made and it ...
  • Motorcycle Sunday School Mission Opens in Cambodia March 18, 2014 Children eagerly receive the gospel message Some of the kids are so excited to attend Sunday School. In one village  SreyMom and Nelly explained that in the future there would be an offering, but that it isn't required to pay because the money doesn't go to the teacher, but is for the Lord. When they gave a break so that the kids could go to the washroom or to drink water the kids ran home got money and came back so ...
  • Cambodia Base Report February 13, 2014 Yesterday was the first day of our MSSM training (we are planning for it to last two weeks) and it went very well. The Bible school students are also having two hours of training each week about how to be Sunday School teachers. We have been conducting "scouting trips" to determine where we should conduct the Sunday Schools. On our second scouting trip we went to a place called Kompong Kdei. The road is fine right now because it is dry season ...
  • Outreaches bearing fruit in Cambodia February 12, 2014 Cambodia Children's MinistryGospel Changing Lives in Cambodia—Asia 40+ Children Receive Christ at Children's Clubs Last Sunday at our Children’s Clubs we had 172 kids in attendance. Forty-one received Christ after the lesson about the birth of Jesus Christ. The children are learning to give to the Lord and gave 15400 Riel in offering ($3.67 US). When you think about it in dollars and cents it isn’t much, but in their lives it is sacrificial giving. We are preparing to have our Christmas celebrations on ...
  • Children’s Ministry Growing in Cambodia October 31, 2013 Greetings from Cambodia, we are doing well despite flooding and heat. We have continued our Khmer classes as they are doing well, things are starting to make more sense (not in writing but at least in speech) and we are able to make some simple sentences. We are behind on some things because we are learning how to do them here and because people don't usually offer us a good price so we have to run around till we find ...
  • Sunday School Ministry in Cambodia October 24, 2011 It feels so great to be back in the Ampal Peam Village in Pouk district. It’s a bumpy ride with the mixture of dust and mud in some areas. Nevertheless, we thoroughly missed these kids. Today we had Sunday school for the kids and we were working along side a fellow missionary whom we worked with before. While we were away, they had been continuing the work here. The lesson for today is about the seven days of creation. We sang songs and played games. ...
  • Challenges of teaching English February 28, 2011 It’s a beautiful morning and we find reason to rejoice for another day is yet to start. We are surprise with the cool air in January. The English class was divided into for session’s everyday. Nelly holds two starter classes and Sarah holds the elementary and pre-intermediate. Today we have time to practice their reading skills. Up to date, they are still struggling with pronunciation. The irony is that those words with s they ignore the s but those without s they ...
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  1. sharon, Haley, Hanna searls

    The Searls Girls are praying for Cambodia today.

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