In speaking of Christmas, Bob Hope said, “If you haven’t got any charity in your heart, you have the worst kind of heart trouble.” Christmas in Cambodia has been a continual celebration from the first of December with some of the smaller churches just finishing up well into the New Year. They stretch it out so that leaders get to visit neighboring churches for the free meal and help out with the evangelism. Thousands of people came to know Christ. It truly is the most fruitful time of the year for us. The Christmas books were distributed and rarely discarded. If one was dropped others would quickly pick it up and take it home. The books would be circulated and read until worn out. We distributed about 90,000 books this year, which were produced for us by the Home of English but written in Cambodian. They featured the Christmas story and then included testimonies from our churches. The lead story this year was about our General Supervisor, Som Art, who was instantly healed of paralysis when he was 18 years old. He’s still healthy today nineteen years later. Merry Christmas!