SEEKING ABUNDANT FRUIT IN CAMBODIA
“Please take a moment to ponder the picture at the left of this report. In it, you will see our dear brother “L” who lives in Cambodia. He is holding to stalks of rice to picture an old Cambodian proverb: “The stalk with much fruit never stands tall.” It is an ancient saying reminding us that fruit in our lives comes from humility, not pride.
I am humbled by God’s amazing grace this past year. As I journey with the Lord here at home and abroad, He has taught me the value of humility, but how I want to know Him more and be like Him in every way! Truly, we find rest for our souls in the humility and gentleness of Jesus, as we allow His easy and light yoke to rest upon us (Matthew 11:28-30).
Rejoice with us in the great things our Lord did this past December. The trip began with mentoring ministry in Thailand, and continued with a God’s Plan for His Church graduation of SEVEN men and women who will take God’s Word to their country and beyond. Even before we finished the three day training, one of the leaders headed to another province to train 30-35 other leaders! God is multiplying His work throughout Cambodia by establishing strong, indigenous, self-sustaining, and reproducing churches!” Randy
“And He [Jesus] sent them out to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal” (Luke 9:2).
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