The Chinese-Cambodians are a group of ethnic minorities of Chinese descent living in Cambodia. These peoples began to immigrate to Cambodia, coming in waves, due to war, political pressures, and economic hardships in China. Chinese Cambodians hold to traditional Chinese religious practices, ancestral worship, demon veneration, and Theravada Buddhism. Many of these people live in fear of evil spirits and demons and have never once heard the hope of the gospel.
Cambodia is less than 1% Christian and the Chinese-Cambodians are the least reached people group. Our friends, John and Christa Harrill are living in Cambodia working to build a church planting movement. They work with a team to fulfill their mission by establishing healthy house churches, which in turn will transform communities throughout the nation.