We are Moving

The home we are in is beautiful and quite handy to the church building, which is diagonally across the street. But, it has several problems that have made us want to move. When we arrived in Cambodia, we were assigned … Continue reading

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This is real American food!

The Mission President asked if any of us senior Couples could provide a Thanksgiving Day Dinner for the missionaries in our areas. Without a second thought, we volunteered to feed the entire Phnom Penh East District, consisting of 16 Elders … Continue reading

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Flags at Half-Mast

We opened the gate and pulled the car out, preparing to drive into Phnom Penh when I noticed a row of Cambodian flags across the street, rustling in the wind with one at half-mast. Due to some national holidays, all … Continue reading

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Cambodian Church Music

Currently, the music sung in the Church Meetings comes from a booklet of about 40 hymns and 5 children songs translated and published at least 10 years ago. While this is a real blessing to the Cambodian Saints, many wonderful … Continue reading

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Changes Ahead

Cambodia is in the midst of a huge cultural change, and I believe very few Cambodians even see it happening. Cell phones have been available for fifteen to twenty years, but virtually everyone has one (or two), so communications has … Continue reading

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Going Golfing

I opened the gate leading from our home out into the street to find several policemen standing there watching me as I swept the driveway. When I finished, I began my walk, heading up toward the round-about where the Ta … Continue reading

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