We are excited to be building partnerships in Cambodia, walking alongside people who are building the body of Christ in this Southeast Asian nation.

In 2012, Restoration members, Jesse and Sarah Blaine and their daughter Clara, moved to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Through his work with World Orphans, Jesse established partnerships with small Cambodian churches and faith-based organizations committed to caring for vulnerable children, combating human trafficking, and sharing God’s love in their communities. Through Church of Christ our Peace (CCOP), Restoration’s sister church, the Blaine’s joined a growing community of believers from all around the world. In the last year, CCOP has experienced tremendous growth and is looking for a larger space to hold their worships services.

In November of 2014, Restoration sent an inaugural team to visit the Blaine’s, lead a retreat for volunteers of Church of Christ our Peace, and explored long-term partnerships with ministries on the ground in Cambodia.

Ways to Engage

We continue to discern how Restoration will continue to partner with our friends and family in Cambodia. We pray you will consider joining us in this process. Restoration eagerly supports the Blaine’s ministry in Cambodia through prayer, financial support, and most recently, short-term mission partnerships:

  • Join: Consider joining a Restoration small group focused on outreach and missions in Cambodia.
  • Pray: If you are interested in learning more about how to pray for the Blaine’s work, visit their site where you can sign up for their newsletter and find links to their blog and website.
  • Give: If you’d like to support the Blaine’s financially, go to the SAMS site.
  • In July of 2015, Restoration sent two teams back to Phnom Penh one to lead a prayer training for the Khmer pastors, and one to offer a VBS for the kids of the  Church of Christ our Peace.

If you have other questions about Restoration’s developing partnerships in Cambodia, contact us and choose “Outreach” from the drop-down menu.

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