Wherever God Leads…

Hello Friends and Family,

I hope this update finds you well.

Last month I have shared that I have been staying and helping the Youth Camping ministry in Cambodia. This month I got an opportunity to serve God through one of the Bible colleges here. And it has been one of my answered prayers. After the talk that I had with my senior pastor reminding me about focusing in a certain ministry where I can fully surrender and trust God and use the skills and gifts that He has given me, I started reflecting and praying about it and found myself thinking about teaching or education sector.

After the ministry in Kampong Thom province, I started praying for a new door to open. I started waiting in the “hallway of opportunities” and sought God.

I would be honest that because pandemic hit me hard, I kind of struggle with mission as well but God is faithful and merciful. I just told God that wherever He leads me I will follow.

Here are some of the activities and ministries that I got involved with in the month of February.

My co-missionary’s wedding last 12th of February 2022.

Grateful and blessed to be able to witness their wedding, was able also to reflect that Christianity and Khmer culture is possible to be combined. I mean, they do not have to kind of erase the culture just to give way with a certain religion. One of the things that us missionaries need to learn is learning how to respect the culture that they have and introduce the gospel in a better way.

Taught the Bible school students how to share the gospel using the John 3:16 diagram.
Bible school students practicing how to share the gospel using the “John 3:16” diagram.
Teaching Life in Bible Times to the second year students

My friends and other people have been asking me about how I am doing with regards teaching in a Bible school and one of the answers that I always tell them is, “I am happy. I am fulfilled that through this I am becoming a partaker of what is to come in the next generation of Cambodians.

Attending one of the chapel hours of Highlands Bible College
Pastor Isaac Basilio and Aunt Eunice Basilio,
my other spiritual mentors and parents in the Philippines

I was very very happy to see them visiting and helping the ministry here in Cambodia. We were able to catch up as well and I am beyond blessed by their reminders and encouragements.

New Filipino Community in the city.

Thank you so much for extending your prayers and financial support to the ministry here in Cambodia. It is truly exciting to know that as the years pass by Cambodians are becoming more and more open and aware of the gospel, although there are still some hostilities and persecutions, I am positive that in the next years that are coming more and more people will hear the gospel and get to know Jesus Christ.

Recently, I was tasked to lead a huge ministry in the education sector here in Cambodia. To be honest I am excited and nervous at the same time, so please continue to pray for me and the ministry.

If you could also include me in your prayer time, here is the list of my prayer concerns.

Prayer Concerns;

  1. Strength and Courage as I lead a new ministry.
  2. God’s Provision for my daily and ministry expenses.
  3. Wisdom in managing time and decision-making.
  4. To be focused and alert in God’s leading.

Would you be willing to be part of this ministry by supporting monthly? Here are my contact details.

Email: sherwinpido@gmail.com

Telegram: +855 (015546378)

Paypal: sherwinpido@gmail.com

Again, thank you so much and may God bless you more and more!

Published by Lukru Adam

Hi! My name is Adam. I am passionate about teaching and seeing students getting connected to Jesus through the lessons and conversations that I have with them.

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