Day 6 – Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Brad Beckett skillfully instructs at the Cambodia Bible Institute            The blessing of Christian community and fellowship was our class for the day.  Brad showed us what it should look like from Acts 2 & 4 and what it must not look like from 1 Corinthians.  He did a marvelous job of blessing us all with sound teaching on building-up the church.  We were also blessed by being church together with the CBI students.  Just like in Acts 2:42, we were devoted to the apostles’ teachings, we shared the unity of fellowship in the Spirit, we broke bread together, and we prayed with and for one another.

Current and future Cambodia missionaries             Our first progressive meal was the plan for supper.  Andrew and Natalie Hayes, who just moved to Phnom Penh in April, invited the four of us over to eat.  We knew the Wheelers would be there, but we were delightfully surprised to see the Thomases, the Allisons and Steve Lowery, all from Central church in Huntsville, AL.  After supper and a good visit, the fourteen of us stuffed into two Camrys for the journey to the Wheelers, just like in the college days.  Nathan and Cheryl blessed us all with dessert and coffee.  We capped the evening by singing lots of hymns, all to the praise and glory of God the Father and His Son, Jesus Christ….and the whole assembly said “AMEN!”


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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4 Responses to Day 6 – Tuesday, June 12, 2007

  1. Truman Scott says:

    Dear Cambodian Travelers:

    In a meeting with Nick Smith and John Sproul that brought us all closer together in brotherhood and labor we spoke often of you dear folks in your travels and plans in Cambodia. Know of our love and gratefulness to God for your faith and vision for the dear souls in Cambodia.

    Truman Scott

  2. Chris Swinford says:

    I am grateful to God for your experiences, your teaching and your desire for the best that God has to offer to the saved and the lost of Cambodia. I have enjoyed your updates and pray God’s blessings on the remainder of your excursion. May God bless you with open doors and with the wisdom to walk through them His way.

    In Him,

  3. Pat Brooks says:

    Dear Friends, I remember with pleasure our visits both at the banquet at DCS and again at lunch during the Cambodian New Year celebration. A lot of water has gone undr the bridge since then. Bill Singleton is a dear brother whom I hope you get to meet and know as you labor there.

    Kathleen and I pray for you. Keep in touch with us.

    Your brother,

    Pat Brooks

  4. John Sproul says:

    May the Lord’s Spirit of Unity reign in His Church and the hearts of His laborers in Asia and beyond.
    In Christ,
    John Sproul

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