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Bible Workers are one of the most cost effective ways to truly grow the Kingdom of God. They are the voice, the face, the presence of the word of God, going door to door, meeting people, praying for them, teaching them the Bible and to look to the Heavenly Father for blessings and hope and eternal life. They already speak the language and understand the culture. They don’t need a plane ticket to get there.
Jesus for Asia has Bible workers in several countries. This fund covers wherever they may be.
Cambodia Boarding Academy – the Howell Family
The Lord has been calling Lloyd and Natalie Howell, along with their daughters Danielle and Alysa, to the mission field for several years. After attending FaithCamp East in 2018, the Howells could no longer ignore that call. They will soon be transitioning into the mission field. They will be working with Miranda Lundby and the Cambodia Adventist Mission to help start an Adventist boarding academy, a desperate need for the fledgeling church. They are asking for your prayers and financial support as they answer the call to serve their Master.
Cambodia Education – Miranda
Miranda Lundby is pursuing her Master’s degree in Education with the goal of building the first Seventh-day Adventist boarding academy in Cambodia! Many young people in Cambodia leave the church in their high school years because they have no Adventist school to attend. This fund helps support Miranda as she studies and labors to make this dream a reality.
Cambodia Boarding Academy
Education is an effective way to grow the church and retain their youth. It not only the students but their families, community and the Gospel progress throughout the country. The Cambodian Adventist Mission has a plan to develop a boarding school near the city of Battambang.
The first step – purchasing the land – has been completed!!!
Miranda Lundby, currently working toward her Masters in Education, is spearheading the project.
The first step is to purchase the land which will cost approx. $140,000, the rest is for needed buildings.
Worthy Student Fund
One of the most effective long term mission strategies is to invest in the Adventist eduction of our young people, many of whom are first generation into the church and have no Adventist background. An adventist eduction will them that daily experience with other Christians.
SALT – Tim Maddocks
SALT Ministries is an incarnational, faith-based ministry located outside of Siem Reap, Cambodia. They run an orphanage with over 100 kids, a K-12 school and a television studio. Recently they have been working on opening up Butterfly Garden, which will take advantage of the many tourists visiting the area, and support for the orphanage.
Wat Preah Yesu (Tim and Wendy Maddocks) is located in one of the most touristed spots in Asia. God gave Tim a vision to build a Butterfly aviary to be a compelling witness to the tourists that come from many countries all around the world. Instead of selling the property for millions, they are building it into a witnessing tool for Christ.
Cambodia Teacher Training
Thank you, Donors. Enough funds were raised for the matching grant!! We are excited to see what God does for these young people through their training.
The dream is a boarding academy that will train up young people to be the pillars of the church. However, there is no one qualified to be the faculty of this school. So Miranda plans to sponsor 6 teachers through to a bachelor’s degree plus provide hands-on training in Adventist doctrines and values, natural remedies, and outreach.
$3,600 will provide them a year’s tuition, living expenses, and a small stipend as they go door to-door sharing Christ.
JFA Foreign Correspondents – The Hills
As Asia seems distant to most people in Christian countries, Jonathan and Hannah want to share the needs and experiences of missions through videos so that more can know what is happening and also see the needs that they can help to meet. While they would both say that Thailand is home rather than America, they live in Thailand also to make it easier/cheaper to travel to JFA projects. This fund goes to help make travel to the various JFA projects possible so that they can help keep us up to date with videos and pictures.