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PUPPET PERFORMANCE SHOW PROGRAM

           Kampong Speu is an ideal location for setting up a business and engaging in trade in Cambodia. The province, located along National Road No.4, is connected to the capital, Phnom Penh, and Sihanoukville, the location of the country’s only deep sea port, and is as short 45-minute drive from Phnom Penh international airport and 5.5 hours drive from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In the past, two thirds of the province was comprised of forests and mountainous regions, however, this area is now being used for the development of agro-industries such as rice, sugar cane, corn, cassava and fruits. In particular, the palm trees of Kampong Speu are well known locally and abroad for their production of palm sugar and wine. The garment/textile and footwear sectors are the leading manufacturing sectors in the province and are expected to be developed through a full utilization of the geographic business advantages of the province. The province also has a large potential in its tourism sector with cultural and historical sites relating to Udong, the former capital of the Kingdom, as well as eco-tourism in the Kirirom National Park and Aoral mountain, which are well known for having the highest mountain peaks in Cambodia.

Recently, LHM Cambodia went to do the mission in this province :

  1. Phum Thmei Primary School in Thmei village, Rong Roeung commune, Thpong district, Kampong Speu province.
  2. At Samraong Primary School in Samraong village, Monourom commune, Thpong dictrict, Kampong Speu province. LHM Cambodia had puppet performance show to reach out the children and adults about 900 people. The purpose of this program are to bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ the salvation to all nations in this world. Praise the Lord for LHM Cambodia has performance show program to proclaim the Gospel to those villages in Cambodia. Amen

 

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Puppet performance show program in Phum Thmei Primary School.

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Puppet Performance show program in Phum Thmei Primary School

Puppet Performance show program in Phum Thmei Primary School

Puppet Performance show program in Phum Thmei Primary School

Puppet Performance show program in Phum Thmei Primary School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Puppet performance show program in Samraong Primary School.

Puppet performance show program in Samraong Primary School.

 

 

TESTIMONY

      My name is Deom Ban. In 1969 when I was about 13 years old, one day a missionary invited me to join the Christmas program at a church. I did not know anything about Jesus Christ. But during the offering time I put $ 0.50 cents (2,000 Riels nowadays) into the offering box, later on a leader in the church prayed to God to thank Him for the good things He has done for each one of us. After the program, I came home and kept remembering the prayer of good things that God does for me. I did not know what is the good thing God does for me because my mother die when I was 11 years old. My father got married another woman and she treat bad to me. I did not know if my father knew her action she treat me or he did not care about it. I said in my heart, O God, If you are really God, please keep me safe forever.

Since March 18, 1970 Cambodia had the war and in April 1975 Mr. PoL Pot was in power. Many people who live in my village got killed by Pol Pot’s soldier. The soldiers came to me three different times to accuse me that I was again their regime, but all times I told them boldly that “No, I did not again the regime”_ later on they tested me by assigning me to clear the forest for three month in order to have land for planting rice and they observed me If I complain. I tried so hard to accomplish the work and I had full enegy even there was no enough food, I did not know where was it from. After they found no guilty of me. They assigned me to be the fisherman till the Pol Pot’s regime ended in 1979.

   In 1993 there was a man told me the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the faith came to my heart since that time. I just understood that the prayer of a leader in the church during the Christmas service in 1969 fulfilling in me. Because many people in my village died during 1975-1979 with 1,700,000 others, but God has kept my life to show that He is really God. Thank God.

Now I became a BCC’s volunteer for Lutheran Hour Ministry Cambodia. I have helping ditributing the BCC study’s books to the BCC’s students in Kompong Chhnang.

Today I live in Teok Haut village, Teok Haut commune, Rolear Ba Ear district, Kompong Chhnang province.

BCC's volunteer

PASTOR DOEM BAN’S TESTIMONY

ETS TRAINING WORKSHOP

    Recently,LHM Cambodia made ETS training workshop at Methodist Church in Sre village, Sala Visai commune,Brasath Balang district, Kompong Thom province. The purpose of this program were to promote our programs with other pastor, churches, communities, organizations and other congregations to cooperate and work together with LHM Cambodia who evangelism through vai media programs.Praise the Lord for LHM Cambodia who has this program to encouraging the sharing the Good News by using LHM Cambodia’s programs.Amen

ETS training workshop at Methodist Church.

ETS training workshop at Methodist Church in Sre village,Kampong Thom province.

ETS training workshop

ETS training workshop

SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDY PROGRAM

Small groups (also known as “cell groups” and “home fellowship groups”) are growing in popularity in Christian churches and homes throughout the world as a way for us to make the connections we need with fellow believers. Small group fellowships—whether focused on Bible studies or on a wide variety of activities—have a tremendous impact on those who participate.

Reasons why small groups make such a difference

People talk more in small groups.

People in a small group, whether based in a home or in the church, are more likely to participate in discussions than in a large class. Since there are fewer people, there is more opportunity to talk and less room to hide.

Group members realize that others face similar problems.

People often think there is something uniquely wrong with them. When they hear that others have similar struggles, they feel relieved and encouraged.

People use their gifts and talents to minister to one another.

God doesn’t expect pastors and teachers to do all the ministering. He has given each of us gifts and talents to encourage, teach, and challenge one another. Small groups provide the perfect setting for Christians to minister one to another.

And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. (Hebrews 10:24)

Small group members encourage each other in their faith.

We strengthen each other’s faith. In his letter to the Romans, Paul taught us that when we see the faith in another believer, it encourages us in our own faith.

… that you and I may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith. (Romans 1:12)

Small group members encourage each other to grow.

Regardless of a group’s focus or format, after a while people are likely to share personal insights and testimonies. When people share, other group members see new ways they can draw closer to God and new steps they can take with others.

Changing is hard. There is nothing like a word of encouragement when someone feels hopeless or discouraged. Group members support one another, both during meetings and outside them.

We can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves have received from God. (2 Corinthians 1:4)

Group members hold each other accountable.

If someone announces he or she plans to work on making a change, other members of the group may ask how it went the next time they get together. This can be done in a friendly, informal way. Or group members may make a plan to be accountable to each other.

As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another. (Proverbs 27:17)

Likewise, when people know they will be meeting with a small group of friends, they are motivated to do their homework and memorize the weekly Bible verse.

Members pray for one another.

God honors and answers prayer. When people become connected emotionally, they are more open to praying for one another. Often, group members exchange prayer requests or become prayer partners.

For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them. (Matthew 18:20)

People are more likely to practice what they learn.

For all the previous reasons, members of a small group are more likely to apply what they learn than those in a large class.

Group members can help each other in hard times.

People often feel isolated, alone or abandoned when facing grave health, emotional or financial problems. Small group members can provide a “safety net,” supporting one another in hard times.

Friendships start.

Many people, including Christians, lack close friends. When people get together in a small group, close friendships form and often remain long after the group ends.

Praise the Lord for LHM Cambodia have this program to fellowhip with other congreations to show the love of God our savior to Cambodia nations.AmenIMG_0384IMG_0401 IMG_0400 IMG_0399 IMG_0398 IMG_0396 IMG_0385

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