2016 Mission Trip

2016 Mission Trip


The very first CPR/Choking class for our brothers and sisters ( L-R Alan, Poe,Molly and Rachel ), with laminated hand outs. Over300 people attended.


img_6045Everyone was very eager for their turn for hands on practiceimg_6001







Reading glasses

and CPR/Choking

instructions were

given to local school






Vanna is getting ready to distribute medicines and toys













60 first aids kits for pastors and leaders










The Phnom Penh based Dental mission team fixed, filled, extracted, cleaned… 385 patients while the Singapore Medical team (2 MDs & 1 RN ) saw 670 patients in five days period.




Waiting area for patients and a make shift pharmacy







Prasath Rang Village-ភូមិប្រាសាទរ៉ាង









The new church dedication in Kompong Leng village-ភូមិកំពង់លែង, Kg Chhnang, and the children were excited with their goodies.








On the road to Ta boak village(ភូមិតាបូក), Ratanakiri, 16 people and half truck load of supplies on this Toyota P/U truck. It took nearly four hours for a 64Km distance.






Rice, noodle, detergent, mosquito nets, mats, blankets, medicines… were shared among these Khmer Leu (highlander) indigenous brothers and sisters













250 plus children were packed in this small church patiently waiting for the goodies



250 plus children were packed in this small church in Ta Mao village (តាម៉ៅ) patiently waiting for the goodies






More children!img_0104Bos tumloap village ភូមិបុសទំលាប់












Children of Lem village (ភូមិឡែម), a very remote area near Cambodian-Thai border.













New shirt, new skirts, goodies and new songs in Chamka Somrong-ភូមិចំការសំរោង, and of course amovie night!!!img_9870img_9161






















God at work!

“Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.”

Cambodian mission June – July 2016,

Our mission started with a five day LTI (Leadership Training Institute) of God’s words in Chamka Somrong, Battambang for 200+ leaders.We continued for another five days there with the medical and dental clinic. With the help of the Phnom Penh based dental mission team, 385 people were able to have their teeth extracted, cleaned, fixed, filled and were provided some new plates. The medical team from Singapore consisted of two MDs and an RN who rendered their service to 670 brothers and sisters that otherwise would never have had the opportunity. As many as 300+ people attended CPR and choking classes. Laminated instructions were distributed and hands-on with mannequins as well as live-person demonstrations made learning even more fun. Simultaneously with all the actions, the church sanctuary also received some sprucing up with new paint, repairs, and scrubbing as well. Next we had the privilege to participate in a church dedication in Kompong Leng village, Kompong Chhnang. We traveled by truck, boat, and then tuk tuk in order to get to this remote village. There we were greeted by many smiling faces of both young and old people. Then the real journey started; our next stop was Ta Boak village, Ratanakiri, about 1000km further. Inhabited by Khmer Loeu or minority highlanders, Ratlanakiri is located in the northeastern tip of Cambodia, which is in the opposite direction from where we came. After two days of intense 10-12 hour drives, we arrived at the city of Banlung. There were only another 63 km to go, so we rested for the night. We were awakened to rain that had been pouring the night before. Our trucks were no match for this muddy road ahead. We had to rent a 4X4 vehicle, so after a few phone calls, a husband and wife team showed up with this so called “4X4 vehicle”. We were surprised to see a small, maybe 1970, Toyota pick-up truck with metal poles and bars, like the kind handymen use in the States. Now there were 11 of us and a truck load of supplies, how were we supposed to fit? To make matters worse, there were three other passengers beside the driver and his wife! It was time to pray, and pray we did. A few of us were cramped in cabin with some supplies while the rest of the team were on the hood/roof and dangling off the poles and bars, literally. It took us about four hours plus, some times we had to get off the truck and walk due to the danger to be on the truck. All our tiredness and murmurs dissipated like vapors; the joy and blessings were awaiting us when we reached the village. We shared Christ’s love through distributing rice,mosquito nets, medicines, school supplies, clothing, toys, candy, sun glasses, reading glasses, first aid kits, and many more… We then returned to Battambang/Northwestern region to continue the work. There was more traveling to do, but we had the opportunity to visit more churches and people. We sang songs, played games and had great fellowship time with them. Many more supplies such as tshirts, skirts, toys, candy, flip-flops, etc., were distributed to the children. We were told that there were 190+ kids at this particular church that we were to visit and we figured we should buffer it a bit, so we prepared our supplies for 240 children. What a gathering! We ended up with 296 kids. God is good! Every child received gifts as planned. Our mission trip would not be completed without showing an animated Bible story movie! We were able to show Treasures in Heaven to the locals. 80+ children enjoyed the movie and everyone received cookie and candy bags before the night was over.

This mission would not be possible without your prayers and financial support and the love of our God! Amen

Thank you from all of us