A New Way to Support Hope Now Cambodia

fullsizeoutput_7c28Carol and I love Hope Now For Youth. We have been blessed to have been a part of that great organization for over fifteen years.

I am still connected to HNFY as the organization’s chaplain and as counsel to our competent executive director, Bryce Naylor (Bryce has been at the helm for over a year).

I am now full time pastor of Hope Now Bible Church.  It is a small, loving, Bible teaching church (and you are invited to attend!). I love the fact I can now give my attention to this little flock. In addition, I have the privilege of shepherding the men in our Hope Now Cambodia ministry. 

For the past nine years I have developed the ministry of Hope Now Cambodia. I am excited about a change. Hope Now Cambodia has been under the umbrella of Hope Now For Youth, but has grown up and is leaving the nest!

My role as executive director of Hope Now Cambodia remains the same, however we have a new fiscal agent to help us process donations (Read more). After June 30, Hope Now For Youth will no longer accept donations designated for Cambodia. Beginning July 1, Hope Now Cambodia will be a separate ministry. 

If you are a supporter of Hope Now Cambodia (and I pray you will continue), you can continue to support this unique work. You can begin giving your tax-deductible gifts right now through this new channel by CLICKING HERE.

While you are there, why not make your gift a monthly recurring one?

Our budget is not large, however it takes about $50,000 per year to make Hope Now Cambodia happen. There are over 800 deported Cambodian/American men who miss their families in the U.S. and are grateful for our help.  I love these men and hope you will join with me in supporting our awesome and unique work in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

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P.S.

In addtion you may be interested in checking out two of my other projects:

Word in the World Bible Reading Plan

Daily Dose of Logos

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