Welcome to CMA Stories! If you're new, make sure you take our tour.

Meet Kandi Lay

Posted by Kandi on April 26th, 2011 | 9 comments

Greetings from Cambodia!

My name is Kandi Lay and I’ve been an international worker in Cambodia since 2004.  God is at work here and it’s been great to be a part of what He is doing!

I live in Poipet – a town in northwest Cambodia on the border with Thailand.  I’m part of the church team and we work with local and regional church leaders and the church groups in the Poipet area.  At the moment, most of my time is spent working with the youth at the Living Water and Andong Tmaa Mia Churches.  It sure is an adventure!

Thank you for your prayers and your support through the Great Commission Fund!

9 Responses to Meet Kandi Lay

  1. Andrew Knisely says:

    Hi Kandi,

    It’s great to see that you’re on the site! I can’t wait to connect with you through this site. Be assured of our prayers for you here at Glenview CMA.

    Pastor Andrew Knisely
    EPA MM Chair

    • Tim says:

      I completely agree – we’re so excited that you’re posting now 🙂 Looking forward to when the transition is complete – praying for you!

      Tim

  2. Harriet Heisey says:

    Hi Kandy, Before you came home this last time you were to drive many miles to a youth meeting. Apparently you made it with out a hitch, but I really prayed for that trip, it seemed like such a big one for me cause I don’t make trips like that anymore.
    So good to be young and courageous, but I know you depend on the Lord too. We are thankful to God for you. Gratefully, Harriet

  3. Beth Drummond says:

    We appreciate your faithfulness to God and to the Cambodian people. Having visited Poipet on several occasions we realize in a new way how very important your work is. We are keeping you and your area in our prayers. Beth and Rick

  4. Paul Lay says:

    Hi Kandi,
    We enjoyed reading your postings. We are thankful for your commitment to Jesus and to the Cambodian people. We pray for your safety, for your work, and the Cambodians. You truly are a
    disciple of Jesus Christ.

    We look forward to seeing you soon.

    All our love,
    Uncle Paul and Aunt Doris

    • Kandi says:

      Thanks for reading my posts, Uncle Paul & Aunt Doris!
      And thank you for your prayers.
      Can’t wait to see you again this summer . . .
      I still remember the yummy hamburgers I had at your house
      when I came home last time! 🙂

      Love ya!

  5. Beth Ruba says:

    Thank you for your post,Kandi. Please let us know of any specific prayer requests you may have. God bless your work there in Cambodia.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *