About Us

Welcome to our blog! We hope that you enjoy your visit. This blog was created to enable the viewers to stay current with our life in Cambodia, to stay in touch with us, to see the work that God is doing here, and to better know how you can pray for this ministry. We so appreciate your continued support!

Here is a little background information:

We both grew up in California (USA), somewhat close to San Francisco. We met at our home church, West Hills Community (Morgan Hill, CA) and started dating in November 2007. After a whirlwind courtship/engagement, we were married on 08/08/08 (pretty cool, eh?). We then moved to Southern California for a year, while Nathan finished his Theological degree at the Master’s Seminary. We were also blessed to be a part of Grace Community Church during that time (Sun Valley, CA). We then returned to Northern CA, where we gave birth to our precious daughter, Ava, and prepared for our departure to Cambodia. We left in January 2010 with our little 3-month old, and we have been in Cambodia since that time, serving with Action Cambodia.

What can you do to share in the ministry with us?

You can commit to pray for us! The work in Cambodia is difficult, and it is only through the power of  God that we will make any impact for His kingdom.  Visit Action Cambodia’s website for prayer request updates here
You can support us financially! We desire to be free to spend all of our time in ministry and we need your help to do so.  No gift is too small.  Your monthly support and contributions are another wonderful way that you can share in the ministry.  Call 425-775-4800 or visit Action International’s website here to support us financially.
You can come with us! There is so much work to be done in Cambodia and we desire to see the Lord raise up more workers for the harvest fields of Cambodia.  The harvest is ready—we entreat the Lord of the harvest to send workers into His field.  Visit Action Cambodia’s website for more information here.

In whatever way the Lord directs you to support us, we are grateful for your partnership in bringing hope to the people of Cambodia.  May the Lord be glorified!

4 thoughts on “About Us

  • August 17, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Hi Nathan,
    very nice blog!!

    Have you ever worked out the reasons for and against the new and the old Khmer Bible translation?
    We think the new one is easyer especially for the villagers we are working with whose reading and education is very low (and for us…)
    The two Khmer we work with prefer the old translation….

    If you have any compared verses or arguments, I would be thankful to get a copy.

    Thanks a lot!
    Blessings, wolfram (w.quiring(aat]gmx.de)

  • April 10, 2014 at 9:19 am

    Nathan, my wife and I have been planning to provide some financial help to provide clean water wells in Cambodia, but with the purpose of providing water and allowing the Gospel to be spread to the locals. I know wells may not be your “forte” but because you are on the front lines over there I thought you may be able to give us some recommendations of some Christian non-profits that you feel are doing a good job both Bringing Christ into Cambodia as well as installing wells properly. And yes, you came up in my “wells Christian Cambodia” google search…….Thanks for any input you provide.

    • April 10, 2014 at 8:47 pm

      Hi Brad,
      I actually don’t know of anyone personally doing well work here, I know a ministry run by Randy Fleming has done some work with water projects in the past, but I’m not sure if they are currently (you can find them here: http://wateroflifeasia.com/). It can be hard to find ministries doing relief work as well as faithfully proclaiming the Gospel. That’s pretty funny how you came across our blog!
      Nathan for the Wells

  • November 18, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    Hi Nathan,
    I went to TMS with you, and wanted to touch base with you. How are you brother? I hope all is well with you and the family!

    Our church is sending a team I’m leading to Cambodia, ministering in Phnom Penh and some villages. As we prepare, it would be really helpful for us to have some insight in the needs of the church, particular headways in the gospel presentation, to college students and children in remote villages (Kuy people).

    Any help would be much appreciated!

    In Christ,
    English Ministry at Buffalo Chinese Christian Church- assistant Pastor
    [email protected]


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