Amy Reyes

Short-term missionary from 2021,
serving the Pnong Project.

I’ve been a proud Houstonian for many years now. I graduated from Southwestern Adventist University with a degree in Elementary Education then served for almost two years as a missionary English teacher in South Korea. Teaching and missions became my passions. Back in Houston, I felt God calling me again during the pandemic, which led me to apply to become a Short-Term Missionary.
Now I’ve been serving at the Pnong Project for a year teaching English and doing teacher trainings. With the support of other SMs and the rest of the Pnong team, we also established the first Pathfinder club in the area. I am excited to see what God can do through me on my second year at the project. I am returning to continue the work with Pathfinders as well as teacher development at school. Any donations are welcome, as well as all of your prayers for this project.

Frontier Stories

Lesson Learned

Many things have happened in the six months living in Mondulkiri, but the most beautiful memory I have so far, happened on a Sunday afternoon.

By: Amy Reyes
February 24 2022, 11:26 pm | Comments 0

Lección Aprendida

Muchas cosas han pasado estos seis meses viviendo en Mondulkiri. Pero el recuerdo más bonito que tengo hasta ahora es de un domingo por la tarde.

By: Amy Reyes
February 21 2022, 6:57 am | Comments 0

Un Paraíso Para Los Introvertidos

En primer lugar, déjame decirte que estoy viviendo en mi paraíso personal. Han pasado casi dos meses desde que llegué al Proyecto Pnong y todavía me sorprende lo inherentemente cálida y amigable que es la gente aquí.

By: Amy Reyes
November 10 2021, 1:34 pm | Comments 0

An Introvert’s Paradise

First of all, let me say I am living in my personal paradise. It’s been almost two months since I arrived in Cambodia and I’m still amazed at how inherently warm and friendly people are here.

By: Amy Reyes
November 10 2021, 1:34 pm | Comments 0

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