Cambodians Praying for Great Harvest at Historic Festival

By Ron Nickel and TJ Petrino   •   December 6, 2019

The two-day Love Phnom Penh Festival with Franklin Graham is happening this weekend. Friday night, locals held a dedication service to pray over the Festival. An orchestra played at the beginning.
Earlier in the day, Franklin Graham accepted a gift from pastors, church leaders and staff involved in the Festival.
The dedication was held in the same venue as the event, an open-air driving range. The ground is sandy, and plastic red chairs are set up for attendees. We are praying that all who fill these seats will know Christ personally and surrender their lives to Him. >> Do you have a personal relationship with Christ? Start here.
"I am the good shepherd. I know my own and my own know me, just as the Father knows me and I know the Father; and I lay down my life for the sheep." —John 10:14-15, ESV
Several church leaders lifted up loud, powerful prayers in the local Khmer language. They prayed for good weather, the volunteers and all who will attend.
After the prayer service, counselors stuck around to receive instructions for the Festival. Counseling is offered in English, Khmer and Chinese.
Will you pray for Franklin Graham, the worship groups and local churches? Ask the Lord to speak through them, that many will hear the Good News and find peace with God.