Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00

Cambodia: Killing Fields Become Harvest Fields

Written by Rev. H.A. Bergsma
In 1975, Aaron Lee wasn't sure he would live to see 1995, not to mention embracing Christianity, according to Christian Aid's Missions Insider Report. From 1975 to 1979, an estimated 3 million people died in Cambodia, either through brutal bludgeoning killings or through starvation and disease. Lee endured Pol Pot's infamous "killing fields." Close to starvation, he escaped and met a Christian who told him about salvation through Jesus Christ. He became a believer, then met and married his wife, Randa, another new Christian. After 12 years in the United States, they returned to Cambodia to "proclaim the gospel to their people" through Kampuchea for Christ. Lee estimates that this past year, over 37,000 people heard the gospel message for the first time through Kampuchea for Christ. Lee and his ministry now have plans to evangelise via the radio, as almost every home has a radio.
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