The Chom Chao Children’s Home—formerly called Toul Kouk.
Cambodian Outreach has not received nearly as much attention as other programs.
Siem Reap Home has impacted its small community in Cambodia.
The best-known outreaches to young people include My Father’s House facilities. These wonderful facilities include dormitories, administrative buildings, a cafeteria, a chapel, and vocational training areas. But these are the only facilities that benefit from the support of Benny Hinn Ministries Partners. Others have included the Calcutta Mission Hospital in India that treats free of charge thousands of children who are suffering with leukemia, lip and cleft palate problems and blindness.
In addition, our Benny Hinn Ministries Partners have also helped to develop, build, open, and operate centers for homeless children in such far-reaching, needy locations as Bangladesh, Thailand, and Russia. Many of these outreaches are in cooperation with ministries already established in selected, poverty-stricken areas.
Cambodia’s Precious Children’s Homes
The Benny Hinn Ministries Missions Outreach to children in Cambodia has not received nearly as much attention as other programs, but reports from children’s homes in Chom Chao and Siem Reap were both noteworthy and heartwarming.
- The Chom Chao Children’s Home—formerly called Toul Kouk—was built and dedicated in December 2002 in the south central region of Cambodia. Since its dedication, the home has become a base and training center for the rest of the children’s homes in the country. The children and staff of the home enjoy classroom education, but they also help in raising pigs, poultry, fish, rice, and vegetable gardens. Recreation includes volleyball and soccer. Every Friday night the staff and children meet as a group to specifically pray for their nation.
- The Siem Reap Children’s Home is impacting its small colonial community for Christ in the central northeast region of Cambodia. Siem Reap is located near Thailand—just north of Southeast Asia’s largest lake, Tonle Sap. The area was once controlled by the Khmer Rouge. But now that the town is safe again, visitors have been flocking in and using the town as a base for visits to nearby Angkor And as more and more people throughout the region witness how the youngsters are educated and nurtured in God’s love at the Siem Reap Home, that Christian impact continues to grow.