Thousands of Buddhist temples ripple across Cambodia, fixtures that signify the heavy cultural influence the religion has on the country. One of them, Angkor Wat, is the largest religious building in the world and a source of deep national pride. The country lies on the Gulf of Thailand, bordering Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Cambodia has suffered decades of political instability, but now enjoys a season of peace that has also brought about a new level of relative prosperity for the country. Art, politics and culture intersect at its capital, Phnom Penh, while pockets of slower-paced life remain tucked in its hillsides. Its people, despite being hosts to years of bloodshed and turmoil, remain optimistic and friendly. Still, the strongholds of false doctrine are intrinsic in daily life. God desires to uproot this counterfeit of his truth.


November 9 - 20, 2017

$1,000 plus airfare*

*Airfare is estimated until airfare is purchased in full. See full Terms & Conditions for more information.


We will be working with Tanya Aderman, a candidate missionary in Cambodia. Tanya is partnering with veteran missionaries to train pastors and plant churches in Cambodia. Your team could travel to the ministry's rural churches for food distribution, children's ministry, interaction with Bible students and to share testimonies and do dramas.

The ministry that Tanya works with has a Global Café, where you could spend some time hanging out and interacting with students. The team may also head to Svay Rieng to spend the day assisting in the ministry's English classes. The turmoil that Cambodians have seen in their past has awakened a thirst for truth. They are eager to learn new languages and read books, something that they were forced to burn under the Khmer Rouge. As a result, young people are very open to receiving the Gospel. The trip will be a great chance to see and take part in the work that is ongoing in Cambodia.

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