Liang has been blind for nearly 4 years. His blindness came suddenly and without explanation. He felt as if his eyes were on fire and within a matter of hours lost his sight. He has felt the burning sensation in his eyes ever since. He has no vision what-so-ever; he is 100% blind.
Mam Saow is a pastor from Kompong Chhnang province, north of Phnom Penh about one hours drive. He has had hemorrhoids and other bowel problems for quite some time. It was very difficult for him to have a bowel movement and when it did, the stool would be very bloody.
In previous years, I have had a perspective about respecting authority which may not have been Biblical. My perspective was, that to “respect authority” all I needed to do was not break the laws. At least not break significant ones! I feel strongly that God’s law comes first and ma
On February 9, 2010 Steve Hyde was awarded the medal of the Royal Order of Sahametrei for distinguished services to the King and the people of Cambodia. He was given the rank of “Officer” or “Sena” in Cambodian. Steve has been working in Cambodia since 1994.
The T’moan people literally live in the middle of nowhere. They are 50 km (35 miles) to the closest village in any direction. Our journey there was uneventful, but our journey back brought us to utter dependence on God.
I only had a borrowed six inch portable DVD player with me, so I set it up on my truck. I plugged it into the cigarette lighter on my truck and about 150 people sat on the ground staring at a six inch screen for exactly one hour to watch the movie.
It is seven in the evening at the T’moan village. There are children playing outside running around little campfires. I am sitting in on a little log enjoying the nighttime noises with a little breeze keeping everyone cool.