Rolf teaches the Moore Theological College Certificate in Theology (PTC) in Khmer, and teaches at seminars for churches and pastors . He is also involved in Cambodian Christian resource production (including a Khmer website of Christian resources) and the encouragement and training of pastors and their churches. Rolf has also taught for 13 years at Phnom Penh Bible School, which has a vital ministry in training church leaders for the rapidly growing Cambodian church
Bonnie does publicity and fundraising for Sunshine Cambodia (http://www NULL.sunshinecambodia NULL.org) (formerly Sunshine Centre for Children), a holistic ministry giving poor children access to education and training families in parenting and job skills. She also runs the office for Christian Care for Cambodia, the organisation they are seconded to, and has a ministry to children and women at her local church.
Their children, Jasmine (1998) and Samuel (2000), attend Hope International School (http://www NULL.hopeschool-cambodia NULL.org/phnompenh).
If you’re a primary or high school teacher, and you want to support the missionary community in Cambodia, why don’t you apply to teach at Hope International School?
Update (March-April 2013)
Rolf and Bonnie would love it if you prayed for them:
- Thank God for a new house to live in (after 7 years in the other house). This house is quieter, cleaner, cooler and cheaper.
- Bon’s church ladies group which meets to hear Bible stories. Pray for one lady who will need some minor brain surgery this month.
- Bon is the CCFC (their umbrella organisation) coordinator – and Bon has to prepare for the CCFC retreat in May.