Friday, 25 May 2007

More about us

Who are Kimsoeun and Katherine?

Kimsoeun was born in Cambodia during the infamous Pol Pot war time. In his teens he became a Christian and studied, then worked at a Bible school. After four years of study in Australia at Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC) he now is back in Cambodia teaching at the same Bible college.

While at SMBC he met Katherine, a fellow student who was there preparing for life in China.
However Katherine's long terms plans changed. K & K became husband and wife at the end of 2006. In 2007 KS will continue teaching at the Bible college, while Katherine learns Khmer language and teaches English part time .

Please partner with us!

K&K would like your help as they serve In Cambodia. They would love if you could response in one or more of these ways.

1.Pray!
Below are some things you can pray for them all year round. We suggest you cut them out and stick them on our prayer card, or somewhere that will remind you to pray for them. If you would like monthly updates please ask to receive our regular "KKKK" by emailing us. If you don't have our prayer card yet please ask for one.

Thank God for the privilege of serving him together.

For maturity in our relationship with the Lord, and for our marriage.

For our health and safety.

That we remain a gospel-minded.

That Kimsoeun would be an effective and humble teacher of future church leaders.

That Katherine would be a diligent and enthusiastic language and culture learner.


2. Give!

Using an approved (custom made) budget K&K are asking for financial partners.

An accountant in Australia will be managing their money. If you want to know how to give please ask us.

3. Keep in Touch- By receiving our KKKK you can keep in touch, and we'd love to get emails from you too. Another way to learn about our world is to come and visit. Cambodia has lots for tourists to do, or you could come on a short term mission or mission exposure trip. Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF) has a large team in Cambodia and there are many ways at short termer can be useful in this context, either in a team or as an individual. Check the OMF website under “Serve Asia”.
www.cb.omf.org

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1 comment:

Brendo said...

Hi Kimsoeun and Katherine!

It is fantastic to hear of the work you guys are doing in Cambodia. Myself and friend recently spent 3 weeks traveling from Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh. We were praying for the people we met and shared the gospel a few times on the way but the language barrier makes it difficult!

I have been searching for a recipe for Amok since I have come home. Any suggestions? Also if you need a place to get away, try BimBamboo on Bamboo Island. It is AMAZING!

I will be praying for you both.
In Christ,
Brendo