From 2007 to 2011, Gary and Bev served as the first PAOC global workers in this Buddhist nation. In January this year, during their annual return trip to teach a block course at Cambodia Bible Institute (Gary), and to join a medical mission (Bev), God clearly spoke to them about moving back to this quickly developing third world country.
Gary and Bev are excited to lead the growing Canadian team in Cambodia as Field Director, and to mentor national church planters. They will also teach at the Cambodia Bible Institute and the Impact School of Missions, Bangkok, as needed.
Gary dreams of a modern Khmer church plant aimed at reaching the unreached middle and upper classes of Phnom Penh. Bev will continue medical mission trips to the villages and plans to work with a ministry that supports girls rescued from the sex trade.
pizza, KrispyKreme Donuts, crunchy spring rolls and long walks (especially
on the beach). Dislikes – reaching under a chair or desk and touching
used gum…YUK! And sappy C & W Music. Oh yeah!... and Christianese
cliché (I don’t speak that language)
black coffee, family times, a good laugh on a tough day Dislikes – black
olives, caraway, and small-minded people
Birthday - NOVEMBER 3
Birthday - OCTOBER 11
Wisdom as we lead the Canadian Cambodian Missions Team