Kounaro and Chorvy Keo Prayer Letter: Meet Kimbo“It is a good thing to give thanks unto the LORD, and to sing praises unto thy name,
O most High.” (Psalm 92:1)

The rainy season is here, and we are thankful for that because it brings cooler air to us. However, the bad news about the rainy season is that many roads will be flooded, and it is difficult to drive vehicles and motorcycles on them.

This is Kimbo. She was invited to our services by one of our church ladies. She raised her hand for salvation when the invitation was given. On Tuesday, I went to her home, intending to lead her to the Lord, but there were so many distractions, I was not able to do so. The following week, I was able to lead her to the Lord. She shared with me about how she lived during the Khmer Rouge regime times. She said that the Khmer Rouge were marching her, along with others, to be executed. However, she said, “Before they executed us, they made each of us dig our own grave. While we were digging our own grave, we heard many guns that went off. When we looked up, the Khmer Rouge were gone. They were running away from the Vietnam soldiers. I thank God that I survived that, and now I am a child of God.” Please pray for her; she has many health issues.

Thank you for your prayers and financial support. God bless you.

For Christ’s sake,

Kounaro, Chorvy, Priscilla, Christina, & Jonathan Keo

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Kimbo, a recent convert, survived the Khmer Rouge regime.