As we enter into a new year and I look forward to celebrating another birthday next month, I can’t help but feel grateful. I dearly love my work, my wife and the precious people I get to serve here in Cambodia. Looking back, I am deeply aware that without a turning point in my teens, I would not be where I am today.
Every year we set big goals for our ministry, and every year we have seen God show up to meet…
We are so grateful to share that we were able to bring our friends Mouen and Neang a new wheelchair and 50 kg of rice! One of the pillars of our ministry is providing essential medical care and importing donated medical supplies to help those like Mouen who are in need.
Our founder, Brett Medlin, has been a member of Ecclesia Houston for almost 20 years, and the church has played an instrumental role in the ministry’s success. Hear Brett explain how Ecclesia has supported his vision from day one.
We started this year with the goal of drilling 160 fresh water wells, and by God’s grace, we have built 210! On average, we have drilled a new well every 1.7 days for the past 15 months, and we’re not slowing down!
By God’s grace, we are building momentum in our mission to bring clean water to Cambodia’s poorest villages. As of mid-July 2022, we have built 126 clean water wells in the name of Jesus. These wells are drilled at schools, health centers, community halls and even Buddhist temples!
The average U.S. household uses more than 300 gallons of water per day. In stark contrast, many Cambodians don’t even have access to treated water. Here’s how we’re responding to the Cambodian water crisis.
We recently had the privilege of feeding approximately 750 poor families in Kampong Thom province, Cambodia. We thank God for his provision that allows us to minister to so many people who are hungry—both physically and spiritually.
The COVID-19 crisis had a significant impact on poverty and inequality in Cambodia, and the negative effects are still rippling through the country. We continue to fight poverty by meeting the mental, physical and spiritual needs of the people, and we need your help!
Cambodia has some of the lowest levels of access to clean water in all of Asia. In the capital city of Phnom Penh, the Water Supply Authority issued a warning in regard to the shortage of clean water for 2022’s dry season.