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KOUNARO KEO FAMILY

SERVING IN CAMBODIA

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Kounaro Birthday 09/10
Chorvy Birthday 08/19
Kounaro & Chorvy Wedding Anniversary 06/27
Kimberlee Birthday 02/20
Priscillia Birthday 03/07
Christina Birthday 12/19
Jonathan Birthday 10/13
Pacific Baptist Church

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3332 Magnolia Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90806

562-424-7714

 

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1615 Northwest 62nd Terrarce
Kansas City, MO 64118
P.O. Box 1317
Phnom Pehn,
Cambodia

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Kounaro Keo Prayer Letter: A Very Fruitful Two Months

Kounaro Keo Prayer Letter: A Very Fruitful Two Months“It is a good thing to give thanks unto the LORD, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High”
(Psalm 92:1)

These past two months have been very fruitful for us. We had the opportunity for our two daughters to go to Youth Camp, thanks to the people of Eagle Heights Baptist Church in Kansas City, Missouri, who helped pay for them to go. It was their first time going to camp. There were many activities. The preaching was very encouraging, and many decisions were made. Our daughter Priscilla made a decision to be a missionary; please pray for her. They also had the opportunity to attend Youth Conference in Hammond, Indiana, while we were attending our mission board’s Candidate School. We were very refreshed by the wonderful teaching.

While visiting my brothers and sister in Chicago again, I met a Cambodian friend, who went to the same public high school as I did. We even had a few classes together. I led her to the Lord. She had many questions concerning Christianity. She told me that when she was in a refugee camp in Thailand in 1979, she went to church but did not remember accepting the Lord. I told her that I would send her many books, written in the Cambodian language, to help her grow in the Lord. She was so happy to hear that. She told me that her husband was a Christian. I recommended to her a good church in her area that she could start attending. When we got home to Kansas City, I mailed her three books. One of the books was a discipleship book, which I translated myself.

Thank you so much for your love, prayer, and financial support. God bless.

For Christ’s sake,

Kounaro, Chorvy, Kimberlee, Priscilla, Christina, & Jonathan Keo

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