Greg & Molly Timmins

Career Missionaries from 2006-2011, serving the Great River People of Southeast Asia. Joining the Pnong Project in 2015.

We are Greg and Molly Timmins, and we and our children, Hannah and Caleb, are serving the Pnong people of Cambodia. Our missionary journey began in 2006 when our family served the Great River People of Southeast Asia until 2011. After this we served in New Zealand where Greg pastored two wonderful churches. As time went by, we missed our life in the foreign mission field and felt God’s call for us to take up the work again. So, in 2015, we rejoined AFM, this time with the Pnong Project.

The Pnong Project is a happening place! The school the Greenfields started is growing. Each year, we add another grade. Jonathan Nicholaides now serves as the principal, and the Greenfields are starting industries to support the financial needs of the project. They are also planning and overseeing the building projects. Our family has taken the role of Pnong village church planters. We are very excited to see what God is doing in the mountains of Cambodia! He is raising up leadership for the church plants. Our main task right now is to disciple these baby Christians who want to be missionaries to their own people. We have hired a man to head up literacy programs in several villages where we would like to plant churches in the future. We also have a student missionary who is teamed up with a young local worker. They live in a village where we have been working for the last couple of years. We are watching as God grows this into a church plant. More people are coming to our meetings. As families take steps to leave spirit worship and follow Jesus, all their extended family members and neighbors are watching. The Holy Spirit is moving, and we count it a great privilege to have a role in His master plan for the Pnong people. Praise the Lord!

Frontier Stories

Farewell to Cambodia

As our chapter with the Pnong ends and Christian’s and Solange’s chapter begins, will you continue to play your part in the story of the Pnong people?

By: Molly Timmins
January 01 2021, 9:59 am | Comments 0

From Crumbs to Loaves

So why did the Bread of Life seem stale to me? I had been storing it too long, saving it up for doomsday! Bread is made to be shared, not stockpiled.

By: Molly Timmins
October 01 2020, 11:01 am | Comments 0

Fields of Blessing

Though our new believers had already planted their rice for the year, they still wanted to put into practice the planting ceremony to ask for God’s blessing on their crops next year. So, this past week, we performed the first rice-field and garden dedications! Praise God!

By: Molly Timmins
September 01 2020, 8:50 am | Comments 0

The Jyak Who Met Jesus

Though Jendra had gone far from her village of birth, she couldn’t escape the jyak label.

By: Molly Timmins
August 01 2020, 1:59 pm | Comments 0

The Pnong Jesus

Greg and I glanced at each other, trying not to laugh at the analogy. But our hearts were full. Full of the memory of Noy coming late to staff meeting because he just couldn’t tear himself away from teaching the Bible to a friend.

By: Molly Timmins
May 01 2020, 4:15 pm | Comments 0

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