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We will build our church with $10!

The mother church of Fellowship of Hope is based in Phnom Penh, which is the capital city of Cambodia. Today, it has grown remarkably across the country in its 10 years of existence. Through the leadership of the mother church in Phnom Penh, it has planted 66 churches and touched the lives of about 3,000 people.


Because of its growth, the leaders of Fellowship of Hope Church have decided to build a building by faith that will be the permanent base of their work in Cambodia. This project will be called “Build a church with $10.” According to the growing number of the Fellowship, our church leaders have decided to put a building by faith. We continue to be faithful to the vision that God has place in our lives as leaders as we strive to fulfill His plans for us. The Fellowship of Hope Church purchased a land in the Phnom Penh city (17.5m x 22m) three years ago. Our young engineers (who we have supported in their university studies) have design the building plan for the building of the church. The church’s building plan has two floors plus the roof level in the normal Cambodian style: the first floor will be comprise of a kitchen, a room for Sunday School, an office and the restrooms as well. The second floor will be the accommodation room for pastors and leaders, guests and students from the provinces to stay during the training run by the Fellowship of Hope church. The roof level / third floor will be the church hall, and we can also use this opening area for training, wedding, funeral, and any celebrations else.


Our desire in believing God for this building is that we can have a base that is modern, that fits the needs of the church family in Phnom Penh. That can provides comfortable accommodations to our pastors from the provinces when they arrive in Phnom Penh and the same goes for their children that come to Phnom Penh to study. Right now we rent a building, but we are believing for a building that can be a home for our church community. The new building will be able to serve the church and the communities in a more efficient manner because of the rooms that will be built, and the ongoing running costs will be much cheaper than renting. We as the church member will give US$10 each to this project, starting with the mother church in Phnom Penh, then in our network and sister churches across the country and we strongly believed that our God will provide to make it enough.

by San Sara (Senior Pastor of Fellowship of Hope network of churches)


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It is an amazing thing to see Serve Cambodia’s Goat Farm always progressing day by day. In the beginning we just got some small amount of goats and now those goats have making many other little baby goats about 20 of them so far.



We are so happy to see the change of the goat and it challenged us to try harder to achieve our goals for the farm in the future. We want to be sustainable in our NGO, generating our own money to fund our projects. And this is the good beginning for starting that.


Recently, we had bought some more adult goats because they sale on the cheap price so we just grab about 70 more goats. At the moment our total goat are 98 goats including the little goats. We have many other female goats that they just pregnant as well, so by the time we reach Christmas we expect to see another 50 baby goats born by that time and have recently built more goat houses for them to sleep safely at night.



The goat Shepherd, he has been very good to look after the goats. We see that our goats are healthy because they eat, drink and sleep enough and if something is not really quite right the goat shepherd always tells us. Now the goats have lots of natural things to eat because it is raining season so the plants, grass or tree look so much green and the goat they really enjoy of their eating.


As well as giving them food, we also gave the vaccination for all goats as well because we know that the raining season will cause many diseases so we just gave the vaccination for the prevention of sickness for all goats. We are continuing to follow up the goats and with the baby that they just born by given them the vaccination for the protection of any disease that they will face in the future.


Thank you so much for people who involve to take care all goats and gave the vaccination for the goat. And also for the people and churches who have donated money for us to build up this farm. We never ever forget for those who are at the back of us and making this thing happen - with your help we can start.
By Phanna Hun (TLC Centre Manager)

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Serve Cambodia has been working to build the shelter for those are hopeless and homeless as we want to demonstrate God’s love for them. Lately, we went to a dump village called Derm Khnor where is located in the southern area of Phnom Penh.
In this locality, we met many people who are living in squalid & cramped condition and some are homeless and living under the tree. Moreover, they are earning the money about USD$2.50 a day through pick up the recycle stuffs like plastic and cans to sell. They have to go to the dump at 4pm till 4 am, and they rest at the daytime.

So Serve Cambodia worked with an Organization called Mission Direct from England, to build the 8 bamboo houses for people who live under the trees.

We have spent for 4 days to build those houses, so we dig the holes to put the pillars, make the structure of house and then we nail the bamboo and tin.





After we built the house, people are very delighted to have it for their families and they will not stay outside or stay under tree at the night time like before or get any harm from something as well.




Please continue to pray to those people who are homeless like them more and more, they really need to have the proper shelter and security for their family. We would like to say Thank You for Mission Direct to make this thing happened in Cambodia.

by Hong Kim (Serve Cambodia administrator)

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Goat’s Farm Update

Serve Cambodia’s Goat farm Project is progressing to achieve what we have planned, even though it was a bit slow to get started. But we are working towards our goal, planning carefully for the best result. We still have the possibility to plant Mango trees on part of the 4 hectare block, but will start with building up the farm profitably with goats first.

The goal of our Goat farm Project is to make Serve Cambodia’s education and community development projects in Cambodia financially strong and sustainable for the long future. So we start to rely partly on our own income generation not only from the support of our wonderful sponsors.

So what we have done so far:

  • We have cleared the whole land and remove the rock that spread in land.


  • We have planted the posts to making the gate to prevent any goat to get out from our farm.


  • We built 2 goat houses that connected each other, and with 3 cages each house that can contain more than 200 goats altogether by the house made by bamboo & tin. It is a safe place for the goats to sleep at night time.


  • We dig the well, as well as put the big water tank to making the water system in the whole farm.


  • We employed the staffs from the local community people, who is experience of raising the goat, looking after & helping to produce the babies when needed their hand. Also we built the house for them to stay in.


  • We have visited to one goat farm to know the technique to raise the goat & look after, and we have asked to purchased goat from them as well. They just sold us 9 goats so far, and they gave our staff 1 week of extra training. And this week we have visited another 2 farms that they have approximately 50 goats. So we will making the decision to buy more.



  • Also, we planned  to equip the electric system of using the solar board for sustainable power.

So this is our progress with our goat farm so far, and we want to say Thank You to our partners & friends that always bless us through their kindness and donations to making it all happening. In more time this farm will bring a big contribution to the budget for running Serve Cambodia’s projects for the future.

May God bless you all.

by Hong Kim (Administrator of Serve Cambodia)

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You can contact us at enquiries@fellowshipofhope.net or PO Box 2574, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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