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  • Solar Powered Bibles for Pastor Sun Solar Powered Bibles for Pastor Sun Thanks to generous donations from AO Supporters, we recently shipped off 70 more solar powered MegaVoice audio bible players to rural Cambodia. These little devices are like precious treasures in the hands of church leaders wanting to share the good news with fellow villagers. Pastor Sun Art for example, cannot ...
  • Taking the Gospel to the Ends of the Earth Taking the Gospel to the Ends of the Earth After a period of about 65 years of communist rule, Christian missionaries entered Mongolia in 1991 and estimated that only around four Christians existed in the entire population. They had their work cut out for them! Good thing the success of their efforts didn’t rely entirely on their ...
  • Under the Radar in South East Asia Under the radar in South East Asia   Some places where our missionaries work, like China and some South East Asian countries, are “creative access nations”. This means the governments are not welcoming of Christian mission activity and missionaries need to be creative in how they operate there. For this reason, the missionary profiled here is not ...
  • Getting Stuck in – a Cambodian Mission Trip Getting Stuck in – a Cambodian Mission Trip A team from the Frontline discipleship course (run out of The Village Church in Horsham Downs), recently spent a few weeks on a short term mission trip to Cambodia. It was great for our kiwi staff managing the base in Stung Treng to have a bunch of friendly faces ...
  • A Cambodian Internship – Sam Darby’s Experience A Cambodian Internship – Sam Darby’s Experience In 2016 Sam Darby (then a university student), traveled to Cambodia where he spent time working alongside Asian Outreach staff (both kiwis and Cambodians) as an intern. We asked him a few questions about the experience and it turns out he had an awesome time and would recommend it to ...