In Bakan District in western Cambodia there is sacred shire that thousands of people give offering too each day. It is one of the most significant spirit beings which Khmer people revere and worship. The name is “Neak Taa Klang Meung”. It is a ancestral and territorial s
I was looking forward to my first service in Pemba, Mozambique. I knew the building where they had services was large, so I knew there would be a lot of people, but other than that I had few expectations. The building itself was one much like I am planning to build in Poipet city bac
I have been in cathedrals and international concert halls. I have visited mega-churches and heard Christmas cantatas which mirror the quality of Broadway shows. I have been in charismatic worship services led by famous musicians complete with smoke machines and flashing lights to se
A 3 O’clock Habit I am presently in the Philippines and I witnessed something interesting. It is 3 o’clock habit. The Philippines, being a majority Catholic country, has a tradition that I have witnessed since I was a little boy. They call it the 3 o’clock habit. At 3 o’clock sharp
Last week I was visiting a Christian recording studio looking for Cambodian traditional music. They were more than happy to provide me with the latest traditional worship music. During my conversation with the Cambodian studio operator I mentioned to him that I enjoy Cambodian tradi
Expressing our worship and praise to God freely through speech, song, instruments, dance and any other way is not Pentecostal. It is not Charismatic. It is not even Baptist. It is Biblical! Thank God the worship wars are over.