Since 2004, Heavenly Treasures has been supporting Cambodian Free Methodist pastors:

Rev. Sok Em and his wife, Savy, became Christians while they were living in a refugee camp in Thailand. Sok received Bible training while there. In the late 1980s, the Ems and their three children immigrated to Canada. In 1992 Rev. Em, an ordained member of the Canadian General Conference and supported by the Canadian Free Methodist Church, returned to his village of Prek Thei to begin the work in Cambodia. The Cambodian Free Methodist Church officially began in 1994 as a project of the Asia Pacific Free Methodist Missions Association (APFMMA), with the Hong Kong Free Methodist Church responsible for supervision.

To read stories of changed lives in Cambodia, click here: Reaksmei Cambodia Project

Heavenly Treasures helps the World Vision Cambodia MFI clients in a remote village outside of Phomn Phen.  The intricate, ancient art of silk dyeing and hand weaving is reflected in the beautiful open weave scarves that are made by the women of the Weft and Warp livelihood project.  You are helping to change lives through the purchase of this project.

To read more about changed lives through this world vision project, click here: Weft & Warp