For nearly twenty years, the people of Cambodia suffered under an oppressive dictator, enduring forced labor, malnutrition, poor medical care and unjust executions. During this time, the socialist regime was responsible for the deaths of roughly 25% of the country's population. Today, Cambodians are still picking up the pieces.
In 2013, Curtis and Breann Johnson moved to Cambodia to bring the hope of Jesus Christ to a hurting country. Currently, their ministry partners with a local children's home to help rescue, educate and care for young children who have been victims of abuse, neglect and exploitation. They also support local churches and conduct large-scale pastoral training for village pastors in every province of Cambodia. The goal is to transform the country by meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the people.
Our Current Funding Needs
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- Bible study materials for The School of Ministry
- Transportation, food, lodging, and supplies for outreach
- Living expenses