Visitors from Perth Bible College

We are very thankful to God that over the past 2 weeks we have been blessed with visitors from Perth Bible College. Over the years, PBC has sent many teams to help us. This latest team has sadly now returned home, but while they were here they helped us in many different ways.

Keith & Arlene, Isla, Adam & Clair (with their children Josiah, Lukis, Darcee and Mabel), Samuel, Diana, David and Charmaine all got involved in activites at TLC. They helped with taking height and weight measurements for our nutrition plan, leading Kindy classes, teaching English classes, performing dramas and running special activities for the kids.

They also went on a trip around the local area to visit the homes of TLC students. While some of the children attending TLC live in Happy Village, many come from local Bhuddist families living in the Koh Krobey area. Building relationships with these families is vital in our mission to impact the community with the love and good news of Jesus.

Our friends from PBC also paid a visit to the new slum community at Preak Pra, where they met the families, shared the gospel, and sang songs with the kids. Before they left, they also demonstrated God’s love by washing every child’s hair with special head lice shampoo.

They also went on a special excursion with the TLC children and their parents to a local wildlife resort. There were many different animals to see, and this was a rare treat for families who could never afford such a trip on their own. Meng (one of our young assistant pastors) even made a new friend while they were there.

Most exciting of all, the PBC team helped us to lead a huge outreach church service for the local Koh Krobey community. Some of the teenagers from Happy Village led the worship time, and Adam, David and Pastor Vuth shared the gospel. Many families and friends of TLC students attended this service (nearly 100 people), and a number of those gave their lives to Christ during and after the service. Praise God for the powerful work he is doing in our community – using local workers and overseas visitors alike!

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