Dear Friend

These days the world in which we live is full of battles – both in the natural and in the spiritual. For believers, there are no exceptions, for as Derek himself put it, “Whether you realise it or not, all Bible-believing Christians are involved in a daily battle against the forces of evil”. Our co-workers in south east Asia recognise the nature of this battle and so their plan for the year ahead is to equip church leaders and ministry members with the Word of God – through Derek’s teaching – and to help them to grow stronger in their walk with the Lord. This will place these leaders in a strong position to minister to those who desperately need help in their own battles.

Whilst leading a seminar for 75 pastors in the Tboung Kmum province, 130 km north of Phnom Penh, a pastor told DPM-Cambodia Director Huy, that many false teachings are being taught and these are poisoning the churches. The Bible warns us to expect this and so the need for pastors and church leaders to have access to solid Bible teaching, such as Derek’s, is ongoing and vital. Huy and the DPM-Cambodia team are holding seminars for pastors and leaders every two months. The average cost to hold one seminar is $1,400, which includes travel, food, accommodation and copies of Derek’s Bible teaching.

Last year, Ps. Prom Sros contacted Huy in gratitude for the spiritual and financial help he had received at a very challenging time in his life. Ps. Sros writes: “I have two sons and four daughters. Besides being a pastor, I am a moto-taxi driver and my wife is a vegetable seller at a market. People in my village are traditional, religious Buddhists. In 2007 the Gospel came to my village through pastor Pen Chen to my parents, but I rejected the Gospel and persecuted my family. The village chief leader came and said that if our family believed in Jesus, we would be cast out from the village. My family suffered a lot from persecution, discrimination, and rejection, but my family still faithfully follow Jesus. Through their testimony, I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Saviour. We began holding Bible studies at my home and my family grew up in the faith. I began a church and continue to serve the Lord in this community.

During this Covid-19 pandemic, my family and church members are affected a lot. I cannot do my job and my wife cannot sell at the market. We stay home most of the time and my church still keeps praying for God’s provision. I believe that God is faithful to provide what we need. Thank you, Derek Prince Ministries, for supporting us with food which is very useful during this period. Especially, thank you for feeding us, not just physical food, but with the spiritual food of DPM teaching material. I love the proclamation cards, and I have learnt that God never forgets me, even in the dark times.”

This year our budget for Cambodia is $77,979. Your generosity over the past year has enabled us to feed pastors, believers and the poor and needy both spiritually and physically. Thank you so much, we couldn’t have done it without your help.

We would be so grateful for your partnership again this year ahead to ensure that pastors and leaders across Cambodia, like Prom Sros, have access to the Bible teaching that they need at this time – both for their own spiritual walk and to help feed others spiritually.

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Thank you so much! 

God's blessings,

Warren Smith,
Regional Director, Asia/Pacific

Pastors' Seminar, Cambodia

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