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Published on 01 December, 1999

Story number 2 for 1 Dec 1999

Elsewhere, a return to Cambodia’s infamous “Killing Fields” has provided an evangelistic ministry with a new field. Medical Ambassadors International’s Dr. Paul Calhoun explains. “This is a people who are in post-war trauma. We have a team of [Filipino] nationals who are called to Cambodia. We have a preventative health care coupled with evangelism, which is done in a community development style where the community takes ownership for participating in their own healing process.” Calhoun says the Cambodian team’s approach to their work is the basis on which the organization helps in other areas, as well. “We train evangelists and health workers within the community. We work with very fundamental things like teaching agriculture techniques, and micro-enterprise. It’s just very exciting for us to see how God is growing His kingdom throughout the world.”

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  • Primary Language: Khmer
  • Primary Religion: Buddhism
  • Evangelical: 1.6%
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