Living Hope in Christ Church is an indigenous, non-denominational church founded in 1993.
They assert: "We are members of the body of Christ, committed to teach His people to obey all Christ's commands so that they become perfect and proclaim the good news of His kingdom. Our Vision: We want to see people abide in Christ, enjoy life in all its fullness, bear much fruits of the Spirit and make influential disciple throughout Cambodia."
Cambodian Communities out of Crisis has had the honour of being associated with the church since its early days. Visiting CCC Council members are invited to preach and our Country Director works part-time for the church.
Agape International Missions (AIM) was founded in Cambodia in 1988 as a humanitarian aid organisation. Since 2005, their ministries have focused on ending the evil of child sexual slavery.
AIM's programmes prevent sex trafficking, and work to rescue, restore and reintegrate survivors of this horrible crime. Through this approach, AIM is committed to lifelong and community-wide transformation that is effective and lasting.
Cambodian Communities out of Crisis is exploring how we might open up markets in the United Kingdom for products (particularly clothing) produced in AIM's employment centres by former victims of trafficking.
The Khmer School of Language was founded in 1993 by Mrs Agnes Verner as an extension of the language programme being run by SAO Cambodia (now Cambodia Action). The school became an autonomous self-governing body on 10 June 1997 and is today run by Ms Addheka SengBou (Executive Director).
The school's mission is to provide a centre of language and cultural enrichment for expatriates and nationals, as well as a place of training and employment opportunities for nationals, especially young people. It provides expatriates with the opportunity to study the Khmer language one-to-one or in a group with a learning programme individually tailored to the student's ability and availability.
Cambodian Communities out of Crisis has supported the training of some of the school's staff and enjoys a strong friendship with the Executive Director.
Cornerstone Christian Radio takes its inspiration from Ephesians 2: 20, "built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Christ Jesus Himself as the chief cornerstone."
Ross Rennie, founder of Cambodian Communities out of Crisis, has been interviewed about Cambodia on the station.