Kounaro and Chorvy Keo Prayer Letter: Cambodian American Saved in Cambodia“Praise him for his mighty acts: praise him according to his excellent greatness.”
(Psalm 150:2)

This is Peter Sey. He is a Cambodian American. He got to America as a refugee back in 1979 and settled in Houston, Texas. He attended Lakewood Church when it was pastored by John Olsten and remained a faithful member even when his son, Joel Olsten, took over. About six years ago, he moved back to Cambodia, and six months ago, he moved to our area. He rented an apartment next to one of our own church members, and she invited him to our church. Three weeks after attending our services, Peter raised his hand for salvation. I had the opportunity to lead him to the Lord in my office. A week after his salvation, Peter got baptized. Please pray for him, as well as his wife and kids, whom I believe are not yet saved.

We are planning to take a furlough for six months. We plan to arrive in the U.S. on the 28th of April. We will be taking our second oldest daughter to Bible college this fall, so please keep her in your prayers. This is a major transition for her, so please also pray that she will be in the Lord’s will.

If you are planning to send us anything, please send it to our mother-in-law’s home in Missouri. The address is 1615 Northwest 62nd Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64118.

We are so thankful for your prayer and financial support. May the Lord continue to bless you.

For Christ’s sake,

Kounaro, Chorvy, Priscilla, Christina, & Jonathan Keo

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Peter Sey, a Cambodian American who got saved in Cambodia