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Personal/Social Media/Church-Based/Bible-School Based/Christian Organization/Magazine Based evangelism, discipleship, encouragement, training, equipping, and apologetics tech-support ministries to: Cambodians, Japanese living in Cambodia (and Japan), Chinese living in Cambodia (and China), and Pakistanis living in Cambodia.
Developing/Producing/Distributing Christian Apologetics/Evangelistic videos (one Cambodian language video can get up to 18,000 views), audio dramas, blog posts, magazine articles, and books to Cambodian Christians (Bible School Students, Pastors, and Church Leaders), Non-Christians, Chinese Christians and Non-Christians and other missionaries of various nationalities.
Kayo also volunteers with Precious Women Organization which evangelizes and retrains women who are currently working in night-clubs and are at risk of being pressured into the sex industry so that they can have new lives and new careers.
Current and Upcoming Financial Needs and Challenges:
In January 2019, the Cambodian government will begin charging a 10% tax on top of our $400 monthly rent. We cannot really downsize too much more to save money because we currently live in a one-bedroom apartment and Benjamin sleeps in the living room. Eventually, we probably need a two bedroom apartment, for Benjamin’s sake and because Darryl may need a home-office again as International Fishers apologetics expands, so this is a concern.
Due to the changes in the laws related to our visas and work permits we will need to pay nearly $900 for visas each year. We will also be required to pay another $600 for work permits for Kayo and myself.
We are concerned about the funding for Benjamin’s tuition at Hope International School, which is currently $568 per month.
We are also need to start saving up some funds for Benjamin’s return to the US to start college or a career in eight more years. We also need to start saving for retirement again. We haven’t been able to save anything for several years. But we praise God that we have remained completely debt free.