CAMBODIA IS OUR CENTRAL, LONG-TERM MISSIONS FOCUS 

Since 2007, Tenth has been walking and learning alongside the people of Cambodia. Tenth folks have played vital roles in partnership with local leaders and all have shared their time, talents, and treasures to empower our strategic partners to help achieve their goals. 

WHY CAMBODIA? 

Cambodia is still reaping many of the tragic consequences of a horrific genocide, which is why we continue to invest in developing Christian entrepreneurial leaders that serve and protect vulnerable women and children.

Ultimately, our stories are enriched when we take the risk and come alongside others in Cambodia where the need is great and the brokenness is high. When we do this, our own brokenness is often healed. As it says in Isaiah 58:8, our "healing will quickly appear" when we share and come alongside those in desperate need.

GET INVOLVED

  1. KNOW about Tenth’s work in Cambodia.  
  2. GIVE your time, treasure, and talents. 
  3. GO on a Justice Journey!

Justice Journeys to Cambodia

  • July 21-August 4, 2019
  • November 1-16, 2019

Joining Hands for Justice

Join our campaign to fight exploitation in Cambodia. We collaborate with and support Precious Women, Alongsiders, Ratanak, and Chab Dai as we fight injustice together as a coalition. 

KEY FRIENDSHIPS IN CAMBODIA

Tenth's 10 Partners in Cambodia: Alongsiders/Shalom Valley, Asian Outreach, Chab Dai Coalition, Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA), Daughters, DOVE/Onyx, Manna4Life/Mango Tree School, Precious Women, Timothy’s All Project (completed), and World Vision. Our key partners are underlined.

Tenth also works with 3 churches in Seattle supporting Cambodia in a partnership called Evangelicals Serving Cambodia (ESC). 

Missionaries in Cambodia Who We Support: Kevin and Leakhena Knight, Lynn Ogata, Brian Maher, Craig and Nay Greenfield, Raju Bhagwat, Seila Uon, and our C&MA missionaries.

THANK YOU 

We appreciate your involvement as, together, we are helping our partners build a Cambodia that has strong hope and a bright future for its children and vulnerable people.

Patrick Elaschuk | Pastor of International Missions

Isaiah 58:7-8 

Is it not to share your food with the hungry and to provide the poor wanderer with shelter—when you see the naked, to clothe them, and not to turn away from your own flesh and blood? Then your light will break forth like the dawn, and your healing will quickly appear; then your righteousness will go before you, and the glory of the Lord will be your rear guard.