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Building Christian Leadership

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On Friday, our pastor training team wrapped up the training sessions by having the CHO trainers lead training sessions for the other participants about authentic love {I Cor 13:4-5} and to talk about village church ministry and share ideas. Randy Cook worked with the seven leaders to train the...

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Training Photos

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Training Participants: Devotion with Anita:Leader Training - Identifying Values:Leader Training - Values List:Mess Hall at Training Seminar:Trust Exercise with Randy:    

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Daily Devotions

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One of the traditions for our visiting teams is to lead the daily morning devotions with the CHO staff. This week devotions include the participants in the pastor training classes. The classroom is filled with our Christian brothers and sisters, singing songs of praise and worship in the Khmer...

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First Day of Ministry

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Tuesday, our first day of ministry, the medical team traveled to a remote area near the Thailand border that was used by the army as a medical camp, and area that has never been visited by any government agency, NGO or church. This is what I saw: Hundreds of villagers eager to receive medical...

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The Thailand Journey Continues

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We arrived in Thailand on Friday, and we were still on our way to Laytongku on Sunday. It’s one of the interesting things about partnering with ministries in remote locations. Sometimes the journey feels just as long as our time in the destination. This is very true of our partnership with...

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