PODCAST: Teaching Stewardship in Cambodia with JP Cima

The Rev. J.P. Cima talks about teaching stewardship in Cambodia.

The Rev. J.P. Cima joined the podcast again to talk about a class on stewardship he recently taught in Cambodia. Stewardship is the same regardless of the place or time in which a Christian lives. As children of God, all we have is a gift from God; it belongs to Him, and we are called to be stewards for the sake of the Gospel.

Today’s podcast takes a bit of a theological bend as we discuss stewardship and what it’s like teaching stewardship on the mission field.

You can support J.P. and Aimee Cima directly. If you want to learn more about their work, please visit their websitewhere you can also sign up for their monthly newsletter.

You can also email me directly. I look forward to your questions and requests for more information.

Finally, some links:

PODCAST: Serving the Lutherans in Cambodia

PODCAST: The Move: Part 2 with Aimee Cima

A Note of Thanks

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.