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THE HOUSE OF BREAD

A Cambodian widow brings glory to His Kingdom

By Syna Lao

A servant of the Lord once told me that “God is always in the business of looking for people and places He can use to bring glory for His Kingdom.” One of my new friends, Meing Pheap, has brought much glory to God’s Kingdom during her life’s journey.

I often saw Meing (“Auntie”) Pheap, a 72-year-old widow, at Khmer Evangelical Church (KEC) conferences and regional women’s events. But I hardly had time to get to know her. Yet from those brief meetings, I grew to love Meing Pheap and admire her strong faith and devotion to God. Her commitment to serve the Lord through her home church and her love and compassion toward people in need are an inspiration to me. More

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