The Rev. Joseph and Marilyn Chan, GBGM missionaries serving in Cambodia, are available to visit California-Nevada churches from September 27 to November 8, 2010 to share about their work and ministries in Cambodia.
The Rev. Joseph Chan has been assigned to Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, since 1998 where he has worked with evangelization and church growth. His focus is helping local pastors and church leaders. He provides pastoral care and counseling to pastors and members who are in need of spiritual, emotional, and economic support.
A native of Cambodia, Joseph was one of the educated persons targeted by the Khmer Rouge and imprisoned during the era of "the killing fields." After two years of enslavement he escaped to Thailand with his wife, Marilyn.
Marilyn has been serving in Phnom Penh since 1998 with the Methodist Mission in Cambodia (MMC) as the Women and Music Ministry Coordinator.
Learn more about the Rev. Joseph and Marilyn Chan by reading their biographies on the GBGM website.
Please contact Laddie Perez-Galang, Conference Secretary of Global Ministries, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 925.727.1295 to discuss scheduling the Chans to speak at your church.