SNACK Hosts ACU Interns

Abilene Christian University Interns serve the SNACK Program

Brandi Stout and Chandler Gum from ACU's WorldWide Witness Program spend the summer 2015 serving the SNACK Program

Brandi Roberts and Chandler Gum from ACU’s WorldWide Witness Program spend the summer 2015 serving the SNACK Program

We were blessed to host interns Chandler Gum and Brandi Roberts who participated in the WorldWide Witness  program.  Through the six weeks they spent with the SNACK Program they shared that their experience was life changing.  Chandler shared,

“God enlightened me on what joy looks like in the midst of the unknown.  In the faces of the children and in the time with the members of SNACK I was being taught discipleship. I was in awe of the way they all gave so much. The children poured out so much love on us. The staff gave so much of their time and attention day in and day out without complaint. I saw within the SNACK team disciples joyfully chasing after the Lord’s command to love one another.  I will never forget my time in Cambodia, but more importantly I will never forget my time with these people because they are the story, the core of this program that makes it so impactful, so efficacious, and so memorable. I can tell you that SNACK is a pearl in Phnom Penh, a treasure of God’s love spreading and flourishing to those who need it most.”

ACU Intern-Chandler ACU Intern-BrandiJoin us in a prayer of thanksgiving for servants like these.

ACU Interns

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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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