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   ថ្ងៃអាទិត្យ ២៣ តុលាSun 23 Oct:       មីកា/Micah 1.1-16
   ថ្ងៃច័ន្ទ ២៤ តុលា⎪Mon 24 Oct:          មីកា/Micah 2.1-13
   ថ្ងៃអង្គារ ២៥ តុលា⎪Tue 25 Oct:         មីកា/Micah 3.1-12
   ថ្ងៃពុធ ២៦ តុលា⎪Wed 26 Oct:           មីកា/Micah 4.1-13
   ថ្ងៃព្រហ ២៧ តុលា⎪Thur 27 Oct:        មីកា/Micah 5.1-15
   ថ្ងៃសុក្រ ២៨ តុលា⎪Fri 28 Oct:           មីកា/Micah 6.1-16
   ថ្ងៃសៅរ៍ ២៩ តុលាSat  29 Oct:          មីកា/Micah 7.1-20



Palestinian-Israeli Experience gives Cambodian Church leaders fresh motivation. - Forgiveness & Reconciliation Pastoral Conference. Around 270 pastors and church leaders from 15 provinces came to Phnom Penh for the 2 day seminar.   <read>


The Bible’s peace and reconciliation, Cambodian style
The Bible Society’s ‘Spean Metrey’ show is aimed at helping to bring healing to Cambodians through sharing God’s love for them, and teaching that his peace and forgiveness is available to everyone. <read>


The long journey of the Bunong New Testament
Tot Nhernh, 93, vividly remembers the panic he and his family felt as the bombs started falling on their village in north-east Cambodia.  <read>

ស្វែងរកពាក្យគន្លឺះក្នុងព្រះគម្ពីរ ...

The Bible Society in Cambodia has been established in Cambodia since 1968. Our mandate is to achieve the widest possible, effective distribution of the Holy Scriptures in appropriate formats, in an easy to understand language, and at affordable prices.

We are a committed Christian staff dedicated to delivering God’s Word in Cambodia, with a focus on translating, publishing, distributing and encouraging people to interact with the Scripture. We aim to serve the whole Christian community, indeed all those who can be persuaded to accept and engage with the Bible, by working closely with churches and the community to serve all denominations.

The Bible Society in Cambodia is a national office of the United Bible Societies (UBS). The UBS is a global fellowship of 146 national Bible Societies, together serving more than 200 countries and territories.

The Bible not only lays a strong foundation of faith for Christians, but is also life-transforming. Individuals and communities have been impacted and transformed by God's Word, as they read the Bible.

I believe that owning a Bible is the right of each individual, like any basic human right. Therefore, we seek to serve the Church by making Scripture available through Bible translation, Bible publication, and helping those who cannot read, so that each individual will discover spiritual wealth and have knowledge of God. 

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