As a church we support Elim Missionaries around the world, both financially and through prayer. We are passionate about the message of Jesus being preached to all people, and overseas missions is a large part of that. There are three particular missions works that we support financially.
David & Esther Allen, Cambodia
David and Esther moved from Northern Ireland to Cambodia in March 2011. They felt the call to serve as full time Elim missionaries after being part of, and then leading, short term mission teams.
“God spoke to us individually and put a desire on our hearts for us, as a couple, to live each moment totally for Him. We are passionate about reaching the Khmer people and making a difference to the lives of those around us. Our missionary journey has been exciting, scary, challenging, and many other emotions but God is always faithful and He is our constant guide. We can do nothing in our own strength and we value your prayers as we continue to do our utmost for His kingdom here in Cambodia”.
As well as leading the Elim church in Phnom Penh, David and Esther are also involved in Elim Missions’ Be Free campaign, through which they minister to the victims of human trafficking, teaching them skills to give them a future in employment after having been set free from bondage.
If you would like to learn more about the work that David and Esther are doing, you can find their blog at davyandesther.wordpress.com.
We have been supporting the Elim Missions work in Guyana for around 15 years. There are currently 29 Elim churches in Guyana, with more being planted each year. The money we send to Guyana doesn’t go to a specific missionary, but supports the work of several pastors and their churches throughout the country.
To find out more about the work of Elim Missions around the world, visit the Elim Missions website, or watch this short video: