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for children in need

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Acts Bible College Students supported in Myanmar

Cambodia Arise

Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia

SEAPC serves 488 public schools and 150,000 students of Banteay Meanchey’s emerging generation through Banteay Meanchey Arise. This program was commissioned into action in 2014 in response to the exciting achievements obtained by the students within SEAPC’s Cambodia Christian School Network located in Banteay Meanchey’s Rongko cluster schools. At that time, SEAPC was asked to implement a curriculum based on Judeo-Christian work ethic for those 488 public schools, establish skills training centers in nine districts, and gift educational resources to the hands of the children at those schools. Today, the nine skills training centers are complete, with another in progress. A local team of 40 supports the nine districts and skills training centers with Bible-based curriculum.

ACTS Bible College


ACTS Bible College started as Church On The Rock School of Evangelism on July 11, 1989, with seven students in a small apartment in the center of Yangon. Today, ACTS has graduated over 2,150 students and planted 120 churches throughout Myanmar. ACTS exists to train young people who have a genuine call from God with the goal of sending them to unreached people groups and planting churches in different parts of the country. It is committed to being a school of discipleship in practical priorities, power evangelism, prayer, and witnessing. ACTS is committed to faithfully teaching God’s Word and making it relevant to life situations. Students are given ministry opportunities to apply what they learn in the classroom.

ASOFE Faith and Hope


The ASOFE Faith and Hope project was started in response to gang and drug cartel violence in Guatemala City, especially in La Limonada. These groups use violence and manipulation to acquire wealth, status, and power. The average age of a child entering into a gang or cartel is 12 years old, and by age 13 many of the children have already committed murder. These children are used to commit violent acts such as extortion, kidnapping and ransom, drug running, spying, and murder. The mission of ASOFE Faith and Hope is to be a beacon of hope to the nations and to see 2 Corinthians 5:17 come alive in the impoverished areas of Guatemala City. The vision is to break the curse of violence and poverty of past generations by giving families the opportunity to know Jesus as their Lord and savior. It also provides a safe haven with a godly environment where they can further their education and learn a skill while being discipled.

Banteay Meanchey Arise employs 12 national missionaries, like Veha, to serve their nation. Veha and his fellow mssionaries are Cambodian men and women who graduated from CCS Rongko, received SEAPC scholarships, and graduated from Roval University in Phnom Penh and who are now focused on offering coordinated weekly Bible-based educational outreaches within the nine provincial districts.

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