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Merry Christmas from Phnom Penh!

Posted by Kandi on December 12th, 2021 | 3 comments

As Christmas approaches so does the end of the trimester for the Antioch Bible Institute. In fact, tomorrow (Tuesday, Dec. 14th) is the last day of classes! This past month was a whirlwind of activity from classes to ministry groups to church visits to Water festival activities and Christmas parties. (See pictures below.) Both students and teachers are looking forward to Christmas break!

Pray for the students as they finish up their final tests and head home. For some, home is a difficult place to be and they’d rather be at the school. Pray that each will be a good witness of Jesus to family and friends and continue to cultivate their relationship with God.

Pray also for the teachers who have had to not only teach classes (many of which they were teaching for the first time) but also help the students deal with a variety of personal issues. Pray for a good rest for the teachers and renewed strength and wisdom as they prepare for next trimester which starts January 3rd.

Thank you the gift of praying for me and the Antioch school!

May the peace and joy of Christmas which is found in Jesus be yours this year!

3 Responses to Merry Christmas from Phnom Penh!

  1. Su Roller says:

    Thanks for the fun photos, Kandi! Your prayer requests will be in our Praise and Prayer sheet for Wed night prayer meeting this Wed. Praying you get rested and refreshed over Christmas break, too! I hope you have some fun activities to be part of. Have a Merry Christmas!

  2. Doris S. Jensen says:

    Thanks for being so faithful and keeping us updated on praises and prayer requests. May God watch over the students on their break and may you and the other teachers have a restful refreshing time and come back with filled with the Spirit to lead and teach.

  3. Ron Yurko says:

    Glad everything is working out for the best for all of you and love the pics. Stay safe on your break for the holidays. Your all in my prayers, even if I forget to pray just for all of you that day, your in my thoughts. May God bless you and your students.

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