No Weirdos

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Our Hope Now Cambodia Staff (Mout, Van, and Chantha)

Find out the good news of what is going on in Cambodia.  Our men are doing what Jesus asked us to do; they are making disciples (Matthew 28:19-20).

[Since I will be going to Cambodia in the near future, I’m sending this final note to you via WordPress]

This is my last post from this website.  Meaning, it’s your last call to join me somewhere else while it is fresh on your mind.  I am migrating from this website in favor of:

https://www.faithlife.com/rogerfeenstra

For several reasons:

  1.  It is free. My current site costs $$$ each year.
  2. It is secure. I get a lot of Spam from this site
  3. No trolls allowed. No weirdos can randomly follow me.  And if they do? I have “Delete” power!!!  #ilovethatfeature
  4. Speaking of trolls, there are no haters on my new site. It’s all positive and uplifting! https://www.faithlife.com/rogerfeenstra
  5. You get to see all the good stuff that is happening in Fresno and across the world.

Why not check it out. You can  “lurk” if you want (that means don’t officially follow), but “Following” is better because:

  1.  You get to “like” and “comment” on posts.
  2. You get notifications when new stuff is posted. Sometimes there are urgent needs and info to disseminate (but you control these, but since I don’t send a lot of posts it good to set notications for immediate. I won’t blow up your phone).
  3. You encourage me and the guys in Cambodia when we see that people care and are interested.
  4. You won’t be bored (well, I try not to bore you).

Get the Faithlife app (Google Play or Apple Store).  Yes, it won’t hurt to have another app, especially a good one like Faithlife.  It will ad a nice splash of green to your phone–we need more green.

One more thing.  As with most sites, the whole experience is better on a computer.  I use computer and moblie (because I am a high-tech guy).

Go for it:  https://faithlife.com/rogerfeenstra

Author: pastor roger

Pastor Roger is retired Executive Director of Hope Now For Youth. Hope Now is a Christian rescue organization. The ministry helps young gang members get out of the gang life and into a job. He is a licensed pastor in Hope Now Bible Church where he preaches on various Sundays throughout the year and leads an adult Bible study during the week. He serves on the Board of Directors and assists the new executive director as the organization’s Director of Communications and Director of Cambodia Ministries. He graduated with High Honors from Moody Bible Institute with a Bachelors degree in Biblical Studies. He attended Riverside Community College, Biola College (University), and he received his certificate in Strategic Planning and Management in Retailing from Babson College. Roger was a member of the U.S. Coast Guard in the early 70s. In 1980 he began a 24-year career with Berean Christian Stores (now Lifeway Christian Stores). In 2000 he became president of the company and served in that position for four years. He became Executive Director and CEO of Hope Now For Youth in 2004 and retired from that position in 2018. He has traveled to Antarctica, Chile, Peru, Mexico, Canada, New Zealand, South Pacific Islands, Cambodia, Italy, France, Germany, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Jordan and Israel. In 1975 he married Carol and has two married daughters and eight grandchildren (Six grandsons and two granddaughters). He believes in the U.S. Constitution and supports all efforts to defend it. Roger enjoys learning how to be a better writer, coffee (not tea) reading, playing golf, watching (soon to be World Champions Dodgers) baseball, and hanging out with his grandkids.

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