Greg and Sinuon Holz | Crossing Cambodia
Greg and his staff minister to the street kids of Battambang, Cambodia: providing hygiene, meals, tutoring and bible studies for several school-aged children. As noted in previous communications, Greg and his family are now in the US for a five month stay to ensure Sinuon’s residence status (green card) stays in force. That green card and her re-entry permit allow her to live in Cambodia with Greg and have freedom to come back to the U.S. at will to visit their family and friends and raise support for ministry. If they fail to renew her re-entry permit there is no guarantee she'll be able to get visas for travel to the U.S. in the future.
While in the US, Sinuon hopes to find a job while Greg will be taking some classes to help with his ministry and fundraising. He hopes to visit churches all over in Minnesota, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana and more. They will be registering their kids for school and hopefully settle in the St. Louis area. There was so much for Greg to do in order to prepare for this trip, mostly ensuring the ministry is taken care of during his absence, their dogs are being tended to and their home is secure. Greg says that he needed to quiet his mind and adhere to the words of Psalm 46:10—“Be still and know that I am God.”
This fall, Greg is bringing back lots of awesome stuff from Cambodia to help with their fundraising efforts. This includes Cambodian scarves, pashminas, foot-balm and sandstones, bowls, pepper and the wonderful Kakada’s coffee.
Pray for Greg and his family during this exciting but uncertain time. Pray that his fundraising efforts are successful, and the family adjusts to a temporary life in the US.
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