Discover WGM Cambodia
The people and culture of Cambodia are deeply entrenched in Buddhism, with Christians making up less than 3 percent of the population. The violent rule of the Khmer Rouge from 1974-1979 saw over three million people killed, including 80 percent of the Christians. In addition, 75 percent of Cambodia’s people groups are considered unreached. While opportunities to share the truth of the gospel abound, few missions organizations are targeting the educated, urban class—a people group that could make a major impact on their country for Jesus Christ. Through discipleship, community development, and compassionate ministries, WGM is working to make Christ known in Cambodia.