Discipleship & Evangelism in a Christian Minority Country
Presented in partnership with the Asia Office of the General Board of Global Ministries (GBGM)
DATE: Wednesday, July 27, 2022
TIME: 8:30 – 10:00 a.m., U.S. Central Time (UTC-5)
PRESENTERS: Rev. Andrew Lee & Rev. Lun Sophy (Cambodia)
What do evangelism and discipleship look like in a country where Christianity is not the dominant religion? In this webinar, Rev. Andrew Lee, GBGM Missionary to Cambodia, and Rev. Lun Sophy, President of the Provisional Annual Conference of the Methodist Church in Cambodia, share their story and how the church in Cambodia is dealing with the realities of being in a country where Christianity is not the dominant religion.
About Rev. Lun Sophy
Rev. Lun Sophy began serving as pastor and church planter in 1995 in the northwestern part of Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge was still active in the country. He studied at Trinity Theological College in Singapore. Upon his return to Cambodia in 2001, he began serving with the Methodist Mission Society. He was ordained as an elder in 2005, served as district superintendent from 2005, and in 2018, he was elected as president of the provisional annual conference of the Methodist Church in Cambodia
About Rev. Andrew Lee
Rev. Andrew Lee is an ordained elder of the California-Pacific Annual Conference. He is the country coordinator for the Methodist Mission in Cambodia, which is supported by the United Methodist Church, the Methodist Church in Singapore, the Korean Methodist Church, and the World Federation of Chinese Methodist Churches.