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What a week!

Posted by: on December 17, 2014

I thought that I would fill you in on our week.  Right now, Rich is teaching Greek to some of our older students in the afternoons.  So, in the mornings, he studies and then twice a week, he goes to language school.This last week, Sunday through Tuesday was just normal.  However, on Wednesday, when we […]

On the highway between Phnom Penh and camp

Posted by: on December 17, 2014

I thought you might enjoying seeing some of the sights on the highway.  This is one of our major highways.These are just minivans.  We did see one with a moto in the back, like this one, but a guy was sitting on it while riding in the car.  I didn’t get any pictures of the […]

Srae Ambel Church Camp – Day 3

Posted by: on December 17, 2014

This is a picture of all of us.  What an excellent time we had to spend together.  To study, talk, share, work and laugh together.Sokun, who I already talked about in the last blog, was kind of the MC for the morning devotional time.  It is always great to get to see him. I just thought […]

Srae Ambel Church Camp – Day 2

Posted by: on December 17, 2014

The 2nd day of camp was our first full day. This is Sokun, one of our graduates, and his son.  Sokun, as well as several of our other graduates, like in the Battambang area.  They are doing a great job leading the church in their village. And, at 6:30 in the morning, Sharon Welch and I […]

Makara’s baptism

Posted by: on December 17, 2014

I am interrupting the camp posts because one of our students was baptized. Makara started at CBI in July 2014. So he had been studying the Bible everyday for over 3 months.  So we were excited when he told us he wanted to be baptized. Vanna, our last graduate, is who baptized him. The old Makara dies […]

Srae Ambel Church Camp – Day 1

Posted by: on December 17, 2014

We had our first nation-wide all ages church camp.  Srae Ambel is the area where the camp was located. We left Phnom Penh at around 8:15am and arrived at the camp at about 12:30. My sister, Julie Broyles and her staff at the BEST Center organized and hosted the camp.Of course, the trip wasn’t without […]

14th CBI Graduation

Posted by: on November 1, 2014

 On Friday night, October 31st, we had our 14th graduation.Here are some pictures of the occasion.With the exception of Veasna, who gave the charge to Vanna, all the others that participated in the ceremony are current students.Sophea acted as the MC.Rong led several songs. Kimsroeun also led some songs Kemrun read the first scripture reading. And gave […]

Just a funny cultural difference

Posted by: on October 20, 2014

Friday, when I went to the school to teach English at 4pm, I heard Veasna’s voice, so knew that he was still teaching.  Not wanting to interrupt, I waited out of sight, in the front part of the school.I could still hear him teaching in a very loud voice, but noticed that there were students […]

This and That

Posted by: on October 13, 2014

I can’t remember if I blogged this picture already, but here it is.  I was walking home from chapel toward our house and this is what I saw.  We used to see ox carts all the time, but as the city is getting bigger, there aren’t so many in the city now.  But remember, Phnom […]

A New Sister and Brother

Posted by: on October 6, 2014

 This is Pbaj (which means ‘diamond’).  She was baptized at the Phnom Penh congregation a couple weeks ago.  Please keep her in your prayers as she starts her life for Christ. And this (in the red shirt) is John.  He is James’ son.  James is the preacher at the Phnom Penh congregation.  Please pray for him […]

James Glasscock here.

Posted by: on September 15, 2014

James has been here for nearly 2 weeks now, teaching all day.  He is teaching on the History of the Church in Acts.  He is giving the final tomorrow. This picture is of James teaching at the University Church of Christ and Try is translating.James was one of our youth group kids in San Angelo, […]

NO CHEATING REQUIRED

Posted by: on September 8, 2014

Cambodia just released the results of the their nation-wide, end of 12th grade instruction exam.  Like many European countries, this is a serious test. You have to pass it to get into college.  Two years ago, when things went like normal, around 87% of those who took the exam passed. However, that was with well-known […]

We are all good!

Posted by: on September 2, 2014

Most of you have heard that Rich also had dengue fever.  However, according to the doctor, you had the “classic” kind instead of the “severe” kind like I got.His fever was never really high(although he did run a fever for several days and was miserable) and he also didn’t have the problem of his platelets […]

Back to School Bash

Posted by: on August 18, 2014

Almost back to normal

Posted by: on August 20, 2014

I am so grateful for all the prayers on my behalf.  Dengue fever is not fun! I had dengue fever the first time in Thailand when I was 12.  It wasn’t fun then either.  It is amazing how one little mosquito can wreck havoc on your whole body.Just to give you some information, I felt […]

Bulletin, August 18

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Bulletin, August 10th

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Bulletin, July 27th

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Bulletin, July 20th

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Rebekah and Evan are here!!!

Posted by: on July 21, 2014

To catch you up on the school first, Rich finished teaching the book of John and is now teaching on the Christian Family.  The students are also studying the Parables of Jesus with Veasna.Rebekah, our daughter, and Evan, our son-in-law, are here visiting for a couple weeks.  We were so excited that they were able […]

Bulletin, July 13th

Posted by: on July 14, 2014

Confessions of a Teen Episode 2 – Living Water

Posted by: on July 7, 2014

A teen from NHYG talks about allowing God to complete you vs. the world.

Bulletin, July 6th

Posted by: on July 7, 2014

Confessions of a Teen Episode 1 – Royalty

Posted by: on July 3, 2014

A teen from NHYG discusses how a scriptural concept personally affects her faith and life.

Bulletin, June 29th

Posted by: on June 27, 2014

Getting back to normal life

Posted by: on June 27, 2014

We are getting back in our normal routines after our trip to the US. So I thought I would just give you a couple pictures of our normal walk to the school every day.The top picture is of some kids playing on the wood. They were having the best time.  They don’t have any toys, but […]

Bulletin, June 22nd

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Bulletin, June 8th

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Future Fuel Picnic

Posted by: on June 2, 2014

2nd Half of US trip

Posted by: on June 2, 2014

The rest of our US trip went great as well.  Unfortunately, I forgot to actually use my camera most of the time.We had a nice visit in Batesville, AR on Wed., May 14th.  And, I totally forgot to get my camera out of my purse.  I was too busy enjoying the visiting to remember to […]

Bulletin, June 1st

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Bulletin, May 25th

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Bulletin, May 18th

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Bulletin, November 24th

Posted by: on November 22, 2013

To read the bulletin in PDF format click here: Bulletin 11-24-2013

Bulletin November 17th

Posted by: on November 19, 2013

To read the bulletin in PDF format click here: Bulletin 11-17-2013

Bulletin, November 10th

Posted by: on November 8, 2013

To read the bulletin in PDF format click here: Bulletin 11-10-2013

October 2013

Posted by: on November 8, 2013

October is shaping up to be an exciting month for the youth group! We are having our Sunday Night Series each Sunday of this month. We will have our worship starting at 5pm and following, our youth center and gym will be open till 8pm. The theme is true discipleship. So far it has been challenging […]

Bulletin, September 22nd

Posted by: on September 20, 2013

To read the bulletin in PDF format click here: Bulletin 9-22-2013

Bulletin, September 15th

Posted by: on September 13, 2013

To read the bulletin in PDF format click here: Bulletin 9-15-2013

Rich and Ronda Dolan’s Blog

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

You can find Rich and Ronda Dolan’s blog at the following link: http://randrdolan.blogspot.com/

Bulletin, July 7th

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

  To read the bulletin in PDF format click here: Bulletin 7-7-2013

Fear to Love – Where do I start? Series

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

When we step back and look at God’s people through time we observe something interesting. Under the old covenant God’s people seemed to be motivated by an obligation or fear to keep God’s commands. So many made the mistake of making God’s covenant all about a list of rules to follow. Jesus came and brought […]

How Much Faith do I Need? – Where do I Start? Series

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

  I think we are given some insight to the question ‘how much faith do we need?’ in Hebrews 11:6 – “And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him.” In this verse we see the […]

Fear – Where do I Start? series

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

Do you remember ever being so scared you couldn’t move? Or, do you remember pulling the covers over your head because you didn’t want to face that terrifying monster or intruder you thought might be lurking in the corner of your room? If so, I hope most of those memories are from your childhood. I […]

“Genshai”

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

Kevin Hall in his book Aspire writes of meeting a man named Pravin, a shopkeeper in Vienna, Austria.  Pravin asked that he sign his guest book which he had named “Book of Greats.”  Opening the book he saw signatures of people like Dr. Victor Frankl, Mother Teresa, and members of Mahatma Gandhi’s family.  He felt […]

“Mister, Are You Jesus?”

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

A number of years ago I read a story of a little boy, homeless, sitting on the street begging.  A man passed by, looking at the boy, decided to stop and help.  As he approached the young lad he determined that the boy could not walk.  He asked where he would be staying the night […]

Dating the Church?

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

Joshua Harris has written a book entitled, “Stop Dating the Church.”  In it he discusses things like: “Can This Relationship Be Saved?”   (What We Miss When We Date the Church) “He Still Calls Her His Bride” (Seeing the Church from Heaven’s Perspective) “Why We Really Need the Local Church” (Thinking Globally, Loving Locally) Well, I […]

May I Help You?

Posted by: on July 8, 2013

He was sitting on the side walk and would not look up.  The day had not turned out the way he had expected it to go and now he is not sure whether to go home, or stop by the local bar to drink some courage before having to tell his wife it happened again; […]

“In The Beginning”

Posted by: on October 21, 2012

There is something about the word “beginning” that grabs our attention.  Something about it that makes us stop and ask questions, like, “in the beginning when?”  Or, “in the beginning where?” Or, “in the beginning of what?”  There’s just something about that word that calls for our attention.   Isn’t it interesting that the Bible […]

What are you doing today?

Posted by: on October 13, 2012

Every new day brings us an opportunity to begin again.  What ever happened yesterday is in the past; nothing, absolutely nothing, can be done go change that.  Regrets may come to our mind, but they should never remain.  Bad choices cannot be changed or wiped away as if they never happened.  But, we can learn […]

Bulletin October 7th, 2012

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What a week!

I thought that I would fill you in on our week.  Right now, Rich is teaching Greek to some of our older students in the afternoons.  So, in the mornings, he studies and then twice a week, he goes to language school.This last week, Sunday through Tuesday was just normal.  However, on Wednesday, when we […]

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On the highway between Phnom Penh and camp

I thought you might enjoying seeing some of the sights on the highway.  This is one of our major highways.These are just minivans.  We did see one with a moto in the back, like this one, but a guy was sitting on it while riding in the car.  I didn’t get any pictures of the […]

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Srae Ambel Church Camp – Day 3

This is a picture of all of us.  What an excellent time we had to spend together.  To study, talk, share, work and laugh together.Sokun, who I already talked about in the last blog, was kind of the MC for the morning devotional time.  It is always great to get to see him. I just thought […]

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Srae Ambel Church Camp – Day 2

The 2nd day of camp was our first full day. This is Sokun, one of our graduates, and his son.  Sokun, as well as several of our other graduates, like in the Battambang area.  They are doing a great job leading the church in their village. And, at 6:30 in the morning, Sharon Welch and I […]

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Makara’s baptism

I am interrupting the camp posts because one of our students was baptized. Makara started at CBI in July 2014. So he had been studying the Bible everyday for over 3 months.  So we were excited when he told us he wanted to be baptized. Vanna, our last graduate, is who baptized him. The old Makara dies […]

IMG_7748

Srae Ambel Church Camp – Day 1

We had our first nation-wide all ages church camp.  Srae Ambel is the area where the camp was located. We left Phnom Penh at around 8:15am and arrived at the camp at about 12:30. My sister, Julie Broyles and her staff at the BEST Center organized and hosted the camp.Of course, the trip wasn’t without […]

14th CBI Graduation

 On Friday night, October 31st, we had our 14th graduation.Here are some pictures of the occasion.With the exception of Veasna, who gave the charge to Vanna, all the others that participated in the ceremony are current students.Sophea acted as the MC.Rong led several songs. Kimsroeun also led some songs Kemrun read the first scripture reading. And gave […]

Just a funny cultural difference

Friday, when I went to the school to teach English at 4pm, I heard Veasna’s voice, so knew that he was still teaching.  Not wanting to interrupt, I waited out of sight, in the front part of the school.I could still hear him teaching in a very loud voice, but noticed that there were students […]

This and That

I can’t remember if I blogged this picture already, but here it is.  I was walking home from chapel toward our house and this is what I saw.  We used to see ox carts all the time, but as the city is getting bigger, there aren’t so many in the city now.  But remember, Phnom […]