On August 29, we dropped our two daughters off at Bible college. Kimberlee is going to be a senior, and Priscilla will be starting her freshman year. We are thankful that they are able to stay together as roommates. It was hard to say goodbye to them. Please continue to pray for them.
All of us were sitting in our car waiting for my wife to come out of an Asian store. There were tables set up next to it. They were trying to get anyone who went in and out of the store to sign up for free phone service. One of the men came to my car and waved his hand for me to come out and sign up. I said to him that there was no such thing as free. He said, “No, it is free!’’ So I said, “Who is paying for it?’’ Then he said “Oh, the government is paying for it.’’ So, I said to him, “Where does the government get the money from?” He looked at me and smiled. At this time, I reached in my shirt pocket, smiled, and handed a Gospel tract to him. One of my daughters, who was sitting in the back, shouted and said, “This is free!’’ And I added, “Yes, it is free! God died for our sins and set us free from sin to give us eternal life.” He looked at me and said with a smile that he would read it. Thank God for the free gift of salvation.
Our church in Cambodia is doing great. Mr. Lim is teaching our church people. He is a national. We had two adult visitors came to our service. Please pray for Mr. Lim, as he is learning to be a leader.
These past two months have been very busy for us, as we have been traveling to our supporting churches and reporting on the work in Cambodia.
Thank you again for your prayer and financial support.
For Christ’s sake,
Kounaro, Chorvy, Christina, & Jonathan Keo