April – May 2007 Newsletter


About Mission Cambodia

Dennis and Sharon minister in Phnom Penh to share the “Good News” of Jesus to the Cambodian people. Dennis trains in sowing, watering, disciple-making, church-planting, discipleship and leadership. Sharon directs the SNACK Program, an holistic outreach to poor, malnourished children and their families in the Cambodian countryside.
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  1. Tanya Bracht says:

    Dear Dennis & Sharon, Love hearing from you. You both have so much energy, it’s contagious. I love how much you love to share the Word of God. Ya’ll are doing an awesome job. If we are still close enough to Lubbock by the time you graduate we would love to go to your graduation if friends are welcome. We will pray for your safe travels this summer and see you when you come to Keller.

    Love, Tanya

  2. Larry Henderson says:

    Hey D&S, what a blessing to hear from you! Pam and I are in Thailand and so happy to know that you two will soon be working in the same region–even if only for a short time. We will be headed back to the States on the 18th of June but will continue to pray for you once we head back.

    Yesterday, I was sharing with brethren here something of God’s blessing at the recent Cambodia Interest Meeting in Garland. What an encouragement to know of others who share our Savior’s love for the Khmer people.

  3. Sharry Lanier says:

    Hello Dennis & Sharon. We so enjoyed your visit and the privilege of taking you to the airport for your Cambodia trip. We will be praying for your health, your safety and for the Lord to work through you in teaching and reaching the people in Cambodia. We are so proud of you and your efforts and we give God the glory for your faith and love.
    Love you,
    Sharry & David

  4. Hey Dennis & Sharon. Great to see you made it to Cambodia safely. Praying for you and knowing the Lord will use you to His glory and honor. Keep the faith. Serve Him continually. I know you two are a great light shining in a dark world.

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