Making Disciples of All Nations

Time to Respond Biblically

Our nation is in deep turmoil and trouble. That is not a deep insight on my part but simply a statement of obvious truth. We have seen the fabric of our society being torn and rewoven over the past several years and it is happening at a rate that none of us thought possible. Yet, the events of the past week have…

A Note from Joe and Kay Kong

We want to thank you and the One Treasure church again and again for sending us the amazing 2016 Short Term Mission Team to Cambodia. God has used each one of them to serve Him and His Church here both spiritually and medically by bringing God’s Word to the churches both in Mondulkiri and in Phnom Penh and by  showing God’s love…

Wednesday – Thursday Dakdam Clinic

Beautiful Dakdam is where we were for our last day of clinic.  We again set up in the village church, and it served us well.  Tim saw approximately 65 people and was able to address almost all of their concerns. Here are some personal thoughts from each member: Cherry – Everyone seemed very joy-filled and friendly.  She got to see the child…

Tuesday – O Reang Clinic

Today’s clinic was so very different from yesterday’s.  Koh Nhek was desolate and barren.  But O Reang was full of life, surrounded by vegetation — a beautiful coffee plantation.  Additionally, clinic was set up in the church, and the community was made up of about 90% Christians.  Where serving in Koh Nhek was chaotic, O Reang was quite peaceful.  Our clinic was…

Monday – Koh Nhek Clinic

Wow, today was our first clinic.  How could we possibly begin to unpack for you how amazing the day was?  We headed out early to the Koh Nhek, Mondulkiri, province, a community that’s has only 12 Christians.  The “village chief” allowed us to work under his elevated dwelling, and the men of the village promptly and quite efficiently set up stumps and boards…

Sunday in Busra

Today was such an amazing day.  We have been starting our days out each morning at 5:45 a.m., and today was no different.  After breakfast we headed to Busra for a day of worship and fellowship.  And what a trip it was!  The village wasn’t too far from our hotel, but because the roads are mostly rock- and dirt-laden, the travel took …

Saturday News from Mondolkiri

Saturday ‘s task included sorting all the medications and packaging over 950 individually wrapped bags in order to hand them out to the patients.  We have been extremely grateful for the nice weather, and Joe and Kay have gone to great lengths to take good care of us, from restaurant selections to evening activities. Additionally, Charis and Rachel got to go with…