Fountain of Hope (FOH) was founded in 2014 to mobilize local cell churches to respond to social, medical, and spiritual problems with biblical solutions. By sharing what they’ve learned with families, friends and neighbors, these individuals demonstrate Christ’s love, become natural leaders and create a greater impact than what FOH could produce alone. FOH’s extensive … Read more

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Fountain of Hope (FOH) was founded in 2014 to mobilize local cell churches to respond to social, medical, and spiritual problems with biblical solutions. By sharing what they’ve learned with families, friends and neighbors, these individuals demonstrate Christ’s love, become natural leaders and create a greater impact than what FOH could produce alone. FOH’s extensive volunteer network remains connected to implement programs, identify needs and distribute resources. The FOH Staff minister in conjunction with community leaders in five provinces. FOH supports projects that improve the lives and conditions of Christian and non Christian alike, while sharing the Gospel as opportunities arise. So far, the projects have served the communities well and produce a way for fellowship for the people within the communities as they share knowledge and work together. FOH sees this as a potential witness and a continuation of the spread of the Gospel and a form of community development.

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Training Up Leaders

September 30, 2020

Below are three testimonies from Fountain of Hope’s recent training. We hope you are encouraged through these testimonies. Noeun Greetings, my name Noeun. I am 33 years old and have…

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We Decided to Take Part in the Project

May 17, 2020

Greetings, my name is Vi, I am a 54-year-old woman. I was raised by a poor family. I have 6 siblings, and I am the second child. As of now…

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Rice Seeds Produce More Than Just Rice

January 22, 2020

Yut is 35 years old; she lives in Pursat province with her husband and three children. Her two sons and daughter farm with her since their family has low income….

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Rice Knowledge and Pregnant Cows Empower Villagers

September 22, 2019

Seed Bank Benefits Cell Church and Our Strong Villiage Groups Through the Fountain of Hope with the support from Partners International, the Seed Bank Project has provided technical training and…

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Learning How to Read the Bible

May 5, 2019

We praise the Lord for His grace and love for enabling us to achieve our goals in many communities! It is incredible to witness the growth of churches in various…

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Seed Bank Project Transforms a Community

Seed Bank Project Transforms a Community

December 19, 2018

Around fifteen families within the Tapong village, up until recently, still farmed in traditional ways, as they had never received any technical training or any advanced knowledge and skills to…

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Widow saved by grace, and “Amazing Grace”

October 17, 2017

My name is Tes Sokha. I am 43 and became a widow when my husband died from AIDS. Unfortunately, I received HIV from my husband about 18 years ago. I…

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A Cow Named Blessing

March 28, 2017

My name is Meach, I am 58 years old, married and have three daughters and one son. I am living in Pursat Province in Cambodia. My husband left me for…

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Most of the organizations we partner with in the Mekong area are relatively young, and most Christian leaders have not had many opportunities for training. However, they are committed and courageous servants with a deep compassion for the poor. Partners International is supporting a number of ministries who are planting churches, transforming villages through community development, and building up the core of the Church—its leaders.

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