PODCAST: Serving the Lutherans of Cambodia

Rev. Cima discusses his work in Cambodia. 

In this episode of the LCMS Asia podcast, the Rev. J.P. Cima joins me to discuss his recent (not “regular” as I misspoke on the podcast) transition to Cambodia. Pr. J.P. and his wife, Aimee, along with their three children, have moved to Cambodia to serve there. Pr. Cima serves as a mentor and theological educator to the entire Asia region, with a specific focus on the work in Cambodia. 

Rev. J.P. Cima

He shares some of the greatest joys and struggles of transitioning to a new country after spending ten years in a previous field of Asia.

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A quick thank you to Paul Norris and Sarah Frank for the music today. This recording of “Abide With Me” was played by Paul Norris and Sarah Frank. Paul produced the recording.

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Roy S. Askins

The Rev. Roy S. Askins now serves as managing editor for The Lutheran Witness the official publication of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.