OM MTI worker Sokhem shares his testimony of leaving Buddhism to follow Jesus.
OMer Joelma (Brazil) answers questions about her life and ministry in Cambodia.
Abuse, alcohol, drugs, gangs and poverty are the daily realities for many in the slums. Many arrive at OM MTI looking for food, safety, conversation, advise and help.
OM makes a difference in Cambodian slums by providing physical aid and sharing the Word of God.
OM intentionally disciples Cambodian staff so that they, in turn, can disciple others.
One young teenager with HIV receives physical help and education from OM while learning about Jesus, his ultimate source of hope.
OM MTI workers teach the Bible and foster a growing community of Jesus followers among a group of factory workers with polio.
A family of 10 in Cambodia experience God's love through the provision of a new home.
OM MTI shares the love of Jesus and empowers children and families in Cambodia through English classes that prepare students for future employment.
A country of 15 million people, Cambodia borders on Thailand, Laos and Vietnam. The Khmer make up 90% of the population and are thus the main ethnic group.