SEAPC believes in the importance of the biblical principle of a person finding confidence through the work they do with their own hands (Galatians 6:4). This, combined with education, is a key to break the poverty cycle.
GBFF is currently managed by Somnang, who was raised in New Hope children’s homes as an orphaned youth. As the manager of this enterprise, Somnang is both influential and inspirational. He supervises 10 employees daily, displaying excellent leadership. When asked about his hope for Cambodia as a whole, he stated that it is his desire to offer blessing to others. Somnang encountered God through NHO and wants to give back to others to help them come to know Jesus. Working for Geppert Brothers Fly Fishing Foundation allows him to do so, as 80 percent of the profits go to SEAPC and are poured back into Cambodia. This allows him to sow into his country partly through NHO, the same people who helped raise him and offer him life with Jesus.
Join us on a micro-economic development short-term trip.
All SEAPC mission teams go first and foremost for the purpose of prayer, leading people, and using their unique God-given abilities. We invite you to use whatever gifts God has given you to serve alongside SEAPC on a short-term mission team in the platform of micro-economic development.