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Chhem found a relationship with Christ from the truths he learned watching CBN's Superbook.
A man who helped his family survive the Cambodian genocide is now helping others out of spiritual darkness.
On this week's WorldWatch report - U.K. Foster Care, Palau in Vietnam, and Cambodia survivors.
When CBN met this Cambodian woman, we remembered the command of scripture to care for widows and orphans in their distress.
Millions of land mines buried across Cambodia have killed or injured thousands of people. Many of the injured become outcasts of society and Christians are helping them to heal.
In Thailand, children are solicited for sex as they sell flowers in Bangkok's red light district. Nightlife Ministries, under the direction of Annie Dieselberg is rescuing these victims of prosititution, and offering help, one child at a time.
This is 13-year-old Sokny of Cambodia. Just a few months ago it was impossible for her to walk. She had a skin condition on her feet that made them crack and even bleed.
This 152-year-old church hosts concerts for the Portland Baroque Orchestra and ministers hot meals to the homeless who live in their midst.
Widows and orphans get by on next to nothing in Cambodia. Operation Blessing blessed Grandma Yorn and her grandchildren beyond their expectations.
As CEO of World Missions for his mother Joyce Meyer's ministry, David will tell of their month-long outreach in Cambodia and how God moved when the final meeting was cancelled.
As a teenager, En Bol was drafted by the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. Today he is a Christian and attends a Bible school sponsored by CBN’s Asian Center for Missions.
This young man from Cambodia found Christ through the TV show, One Cubed.
The new novel co-authored by Joyce Meyer is based off of her traumatic past and tells the story of how she found the power to forgive and live free.
As a teen, Chhun Davy was into the latest music and fashion. Then she found a new way to be hip.
Dental assistance and the Gospel message helped this poor Cambodian man find relief and a reason to live.
Operation Blessing dug a well in a village in Cambodia so that villagers like Poch Mich and her family could drink clear, pure water.
Sam Pang, a 52-year-old mother from Cambodia, had trouble with headaches and breathing due to a very large goiter on her neck. But after Operation Blessing provided free surgery, she no longer worries about her health.
Sopham and her sister Sayla were separated during the Pol Pot Massacre in Cambodia. They reunited years later when Sopham came with Operation Blessing to bring her sister a well.