A Total Mobilization Support Ministries team has been ministering in Sisophon, Cambodia, January 8-25, and is just about to conclude its ministry and return home.
The team is made up of 30 people from seven churches including California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Missouri and Canada.
Lititz, PA, Pastor Scott Distler included the following update today in his e-mail from Mike and Joan McCracken:
“The team was able to complete all the work we came to do on the building. The last work day was Friday. Saturday morning a dedication service for the building was held. It was great to sing praises and worship God with all the church planters and their families from Battambang, Siem Reap, Sisophon and others that were invited from the area.
“The dedication service consisted of special music from various groups. The children and youth from a Point of Light outside of town participated by singing and the young girls did a traditional Khymer dance. [children’s choir is pictured]
“After the special music church planter Beng Ngoun shared the message. Then we had lunch for everyone. Two cows were killed for the event. They were prepared by one of the church planters and roasted behind the Training Center. He started Friday morning and cooked them through the night. There were between 150 and 200 people at the dedication service.”
Ted Adomanis has been posting daily reports and photos-to see the updated log of the team’s trip and work click here.