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Over 90% Theravada Buddhists

Cambodia is an old land, famous for the massive thousand-year-old temples of Angkor Wat, terrible poverty, and the Killing Fields of the Khmer Rouge regime during the late 1970s—during which time the church was virtually wiped out. Resident missionaries have only been allowed back into the country since 1990. Today over 90% of Cambodia’s 14 million people are Buddhist. At the same time, the church is experiencing strong growth and Christians now make up more than 1% of the population. The Assemblies of God alone has grown from less than 20 congregations to more than 160 since the year 2000. Many men and women are responding to the call to ministry and a wide variety of local church and national ministries are coming into being (children, youth, women, church planting). The harvest truly is great in Cambodia. Yet, there remains a great need for workers to take the Good News to yet unreached areas (and groups of people) and to train up men and women for service. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON CAMBODIA

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