Pleroma School for Girls (PSG):
- We pray that the parents will see the value of education, and supervise their children to complete homework and pay for their tuition. (Photo right: PSG teacher and Staff Development Day)
- Please pray for the upcoming government inspection of our school.
- Please pray for the spirit and the health of our teachers. May the Lord grant them wisdom, love and patience in teaching the students.
Pleroma Home for Girls (PHG) and Pleroma Home for Women (PHW):
- Please pray for the two sisters that just came to the PHG and pray that they can adjust to the new environment soon.
Dear Fellow Travelers (companions),
Peace to you! Picking up a pen to write down personal prayer requests is becoming less frequent. It has been 16 months since I last wrote, and I can only say that time flies. Here I am, six years into my missionary journey!
Pilgrimage Journey —— God was with me.
As I finished my second term, FiCF gave me a three-month sabbatical leave but stipulated that I must spend half that time on retreat or further study. I decided to join the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage (French Way). This section of the 800-kilometer journey begins at the French Basque borders and ends in Spain. I walked alone for 39 consecutive days, passing through countless mountains, jungles, wilderness, small towns, and big cities.
Dear Brothers and Sisters, peace be with you!
2022 is coming to an end, and ithas been a hectic year, but as Ilook back, the Lord’s grace is rich and profound.
Grateful for Completing the Advanced Course
More than two years ago, I decided to study further to equip myself so that I could provide a broader and more in-depth service. I enrolled in the Comprehensive Child Development program at the Malaysian Baptist Theological Seminary and graduated in early November. Although my family members couldn’t attend the graduation ceremony, the President and Vice President of Fullness in Christ Fellowship went with me.
—— Sharing my feelings towards the PSG Secondary School: the preparation, the
construction process and my involvement, and the feeling of being a Vice-principal ——
By Sarou Pheng (PSG Secondary School Vice-Principal, left)
To start off this article, I would first like to express my gratitude to God for all that he has done in my life and all his grace and blessings upon me. Back at the end of 2014, I started working with Pleroma Missions in Cambodia. I worked as an assistant for the Director, Debbie, when we first started the Primary School Project. I was just a young woman who hadn’t had many experiences in the education sector. After seven years of being equipped and working with Pleroma School for Girls, I have gone through many challenges but I also gained a lot of experiences that have shaped me to become who I am today. I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities that God has provided me here working in Pleroma School for Girls. As I look back, I never thought I would become a Vice-principal of a secondary school, for it is such an important responsibility. Without the mercy of the Lord, I couldn’t have done it.
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