This ministry, led by indigenous workers, seeks to bring the love of Christ in both word and deed to the people of Cambodia. The programs provide holistic transformation beginning with individuals and reaching whole communities.
Fountain of Hope serves the most vulnerable members of Cambodian society through four programs designed to serve spiritual and physical needs.
- Joy of Our Children provides spiritual and health education for children
- Our Strong Village provides sustainable resources to communities
- Life of Hope meets spiritual needs through home churches
- Life with Value provides support groups an curriculum to address community needs
There is tremendous openness to the gospel in Cambodia, especially among children and poor villagers. Many cell churches have been planted and sustained. The goal is to promote the growth and development of indigenous cell churches, while also providing leadership development.
To learn more visit their website Fountain of Hope
Joke van Opstal moved to Cambodia in 1993, joined World Relief in 1994, and established Hope for Cambodia’s Children. The Way of Hope movement grew out of that ministry and today has hundreds of cell churches. Today, Joke is a Global Worker sent by Dwell and serves as the country advisor for the indigenously lead Fountain of Hope non-government organization.
To give to Fountain of Hope, visit our giving page.