As I am writing this prayer letter, we are in Chicago visiting my family, and then we will be also on the East Coast until the end of July. Please continue to pray for our traveling safety. My wife’s TMJ treatment is coming along. She is able to chew food and is gaining weight a little bit now. She will have two to three appointments with her TMJ doctor, and then she will be done. We are so thankful that Samaritan Ministries will cover her bill.
Our church in Cambodia is doing great. A few visitors came to the services, and one adult got saved. A few weeks ago, the Prime Minister of Cambodia asked all Christians to attend his meeting, and he charged everyone who attended $2.50. There were 10 adults from our church who went to the meeting. He told the Christians to be tolerant of every religion. Can we be tolerant of every religion?
I had the opportunity to bring my nephew, who is 11 years old, to church with us. He asked me a lot of questions concerning God, etc. He came for both the morning and night services. At the end of the Sunday night service when the invitation was given, he told my wife that he wanted to go forward. My wife told me, so I took him down the aisle. I asked him, “Why do you want to go forward?” His reply was, “I want to get saved and go to Heaven.” Praise the Lord!
Thank you so much for your love, prayers, and financial support. God bless you
For Christ’s sake,
Kounaro, Chorvy, Kimberlee, Priscilla, Christina, & Jonathan Keo