Southeast Asia
Keo Thuy Joseph – CAMBODIA
Pastor Joseph and his wife Makara are native Cambodians with an amazing heart for SE Asia. He is a church planter helping to grow several churches throughout his country. In 2004 Pastor Joseph partnered with Living Grace Ministries of Tacoma after a chance meeting with a missions group from Tacoma. God has given P. Joseph a vision to provide living quarters for the poor being sent by their families to attend Universities in Phnom Penh. Several dormitories serve as an alternative to students whom historically have had no other option but to stay with Buddhist monks in their Pagodas. Pastor Joseph provides housing, the gospel, body life and a one year Bible education as an alternative. He has seen tremendous fruit over the years witnessing to those who have come to Christ in his dormitories and now serve Jesus Christ through their professions as teachers, physicians, engineers government leaders, etc. Many returning to their own villages and lead many to Christ. Please pray for this wonderful work of God in Cambodia.
You may get a better idea of the impact LGM Cambodia is having through the following YouTube link:

Living Grace Cambodia

Support Needed. There are two important projects for those wishing to help: LGM Cambodia – Project #1 To finish the roof and third floor of the Industrial Ministries new church and dormitory building – $3000.00 (one time)

LGM Cambodia Project # 2 To help subsidize our full-time University dormitory residents so they can dedicate their extra time to Bible education and evangelism instead of working to support themselves – $1200 per month will serve all 24 students (at $50.00 per student per month).
Donations are welcome and very much appreciated via this IAGM web site. Please designate your gift to LGM Cambodia – Project #1 or LGM Cambodia Project # 2.
Southeast Asia
Wade and Paula Johnson

Pastor Wade and Paula Johnson have been involved in local and international church planting, Christian international schools, and various Christian ministries in Southeast Asia since 2005. They now reside in Bali, Indonesia, the only Hindu island in the largest Muslim country in the world. They are focused on discipleship, mentoring, and church planting alongside the oldest international church in Bali. Through many local networks and partnerships, their work extends across the island and reaches to other eastern Indonesian islands. While living and working on this highly religious and spiritual island, they request prayers of wisdom, guidance, and protection; and for the Holy Spirit to break through the stronghold of centuries-old ancestral beliefs and practices (1 Corinthians 2:4). 

If you desire to partner with the Johnson’s, you may contact them by email at: (Please be aware of security and sensitivity issues in communications and distortion of information.) Tax deductible donations may be given at