- Born Again and Again: Cambodian Evangelicals Celebrate 100 YearsIn the century since the arrival of Protestant missionaries, the church has been wiped out by genocide and forced to rebuild. Now “it’s time for the gospel to shine.”
- Cambodian Spies Were Watching Me. So Was Someone Else.After escaping the Khmer Rouge with my siblings, I learned who had been protecting me all along.
- Self-Proclaimed Messiahs and Other Southeast Asian HeresiesMisconceptions about the Trinity and the exclusivity of Christ prevail.简体中文繁體中文
- Houston’s Cambodian Baptists Lose Founding Fathers to COVID-19The next generation grapples with how to continue the legacy of two prominent pastors who built and brought together the refugee community.
- Cambodian Christians’ Government Endorsement Represents a ‘Modern-Day Miracle’With major gatherings and promises of continued religious freedom protections, evangelists are eager to see the gospel keep spreading in the Buddhist nation.
- Making Missions Count: How a Major Database Tracked Thailand’s Church-Planting RevivalA movement in Southeast Asia shows how real-time reporting is building Great Commission connections.
- Gleanings: October 2017Important developments in the church and the world (as they appeared in our October issue).
- Cambodia Lets Anti-Trafficking Ministry Stay After Controversial News ReportGovernment rescinds threat to shut down a US-based evangelical charity.
- Cambodia’s Child Sex Industry Is Dwindling—And They Have Christians to ThankFrom rescues to legal reform, a faithful minority changed the country’s criminal landscape.
- Cambodians Usher in a Miraculous Moment for ChristianityHow the Southeast Asian country went from an underground church to a church-planting boom.