Cambodian young adults are paving the way for a new future. They are connected to the world more than ever before and seeking change. Their energy and desire for national change moves our hearts to serve alongside them and empower them to be who God created them to be.
God is calling us to minister to these young people through a University Dorm by providing safe and affordable housing in a Christ-centered community that focuses on intentional discipleship.
Spiritually, the hearts of the Cambodians young people are open. They are searching for true peace that they cannot find in the rituals to false gods and spirits. We have an opportunity to step into the gap and walk alongside these young adults in an intentional discipleship relationship, guiding them in a relationship with Jesus Christ, who gives eternal life.
We know these university students are integral to the vitality and growth of the Cambodian Church. They are seeking community and encouragement at a pivotal time in their lives and our desire is to invest in and equip them to be disciple makers in their communities.
- Community-based housing in a safe environment for Cambodian students currently attending University in Phnom Penh
- Christ-centered fellowship and mentorship to guide young adults during their transition into adulthood
- Intentional Discipleship training empowering young adults to become future leaders of the Cambodian Church
- Life skills training that enables young adults to provide for their families in a purposeful way
We seek to provide a safe and affordable place for students to live while continuing their formal education. This university dorm ministry will help them to also learn life skills and live in a Christ-centered community that will encourage them as they become disciples of Christ.
Our hope is that these students will learn to act upon the Lord’s teaching and share with others the transforming truths of the Gospel, ultimately leading to the multiplication of disciples and communities of believers.
In order to open a dorm to ten students by January 2021, we must raise startup funds of $30,000. This will go toward renting and outfitting two buildings on the same street. Additionally, approximately $2,300 per month will be required to support ongoing operational and ministry costs.
Please consider joining us in prayerful and financial support of this effort to shepherd and disciple Cambodian young adults to become impactful Christian voices in their communities and beyond.