Hi, I’m Hannah. I’m a missionary kid and I love durian. I have been serving with my parents in Cambodia since 2013. First we served on the “Great River People Project”, then God called us to move up to the hills and work with the “Pnong Project.” Working with the Pnong people has been a great privilege. They are a kind people, yet they live in fear. Fear of the spirits they worship, fear of failure to provide for their families. This year God has called me to work as a student missionary with another young lady in a village where people are wanting to know more about our loving Creator God. Our goal is to be a living example of how come to know God personally and serve Him.
Student missionary from 2020-2022, serving the Pnong of Cambodia.
That simple, cheap, plastic truck did its job well, not only bringing happiness to a little boy and his father but also helping me realize that sometimes the best way to help is by giving happiness. How can you bring happiness to someone today?
Zechariah 4:6 says, “Then He answered and spake unto me, saying . . . ‘Not by might, nor by power, but by My spirit, saith the Lord of hosts.” In November, Katie (another student missionary) and I were privileged to live a firsthand example of this verse.