For HyangSuk, studying, training and living together with different nationalities in Cornerstone Bible College for Mission Training equipped her for her ministry in Cambodia.
One of the great things about Missionary Training College is living in community … learning how to live with people who are different from you.
HyangSuk has a mission support role: she walks alongside new missionaries while they are settle into Cambodian culture. She loves Khmer people: “they are naturally friendly and nice … I really want to bring the good news the word of God to them”.
Roxanne tells us about her experience living at Cornerstone with people from different cultures.
Velm: “Living in community really helps you grow in interpersonal relationships and intercultural communication.”
Alfred is from Kenya. When asked what is the greatest thing about Cornerstone, he responds: “It’s the people. You have a unique cultural experience here in Cornerstone because you have people coming from all over the world.”
Watch a bit what our Cornerstone Graduates are doing in Cambodia. “We are very excited to see God at work here. It’s exciting to see how God’s Church is rising up in Cambodia. However, there are still many who are unreached and haven’t heard the Gospel. The task is not yet finished.
Corne is building meaningful relationships, and sharing life among Khmer believers. “I feel so blessed to be able to do discipleship together, combined with practical work. (Corne).” Through practical work Corne walks alongside Cambodian men, helping them live life as a follower of Christ. Corne: “We drill wells and build toilets for poor villagers in rural areas near Siem Reap.”
Roos came to Cornerstone with a vague idea of her giftings, but during her time here she learned to develop and further practice the gifts God gave her. She has also learned how to interact and adapt to the different cultures. “It makes you feel at home more quickly” she says.