Kounaro Keo Prayer Letter:  A Buddhist Monk Gets Saved and Baptized“This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” (Psalm 118: 24)

Thank you again so much for your investment in our ministry and our family. We are so thankful for you all praying for us.

These two months, the weather has been very hot. The whole city of Phnom Penh has been cut off from electricity for four to six hours every day. To make matters worse, the water supply has also been shortened. However, we still thank the Lord for His goodness to our family.

A few weeks ago, one of our men, Barang, left our midweek service to go home on his motorcycle with his wife and son. On the way, he had a motorcycle accident. It was not his fault. Two drunken men were trying to avoid one motorcycle and ended up hitting Barang with their motorcycle. The two drunken men fell off their motorcycle, but Barang and his wife and his son did not fall off. Both of the men got up and took off without saying anything, but Barang got a huge cut on his left foot and was taken to the hospital near the area by a bystander. He was off from work for two weeks. We thank the Lord that he and his family did not fall off the motorcycle and get seriously hurt.

As you already know, I have been going to the Korean hospital every Tuesday morning to preach to the men, women, and children who come to get free services there. One man called me after I had preached and asked many questions about Jesus Christ. He had been a Buddhist monk for a few years. I asked him, “What did you learn in Buddhism?” He said that he had learned nothing. Eventually, he got saved and was baptized. Praise the Lord! Amen!

For Christ’s sake,

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