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"And if thou draw out thy soul to the hungry, and satisfy the afflicted soul; then shall thy light rise in obscurity, and thy darkness be as the noonday: And the Lord shall guide thee dontinually, and satisfy thy soul in drought, and make fat thy bones: and thou shalt be like a watered garden, and like a spring of water, whose waters fail not. And they that shall be of thee shall build the old waste places: thou shalt raise up the foundations of many generations; and thou shalt be called, The repairer of the breach, The restorer of paths to dwell in." - Isaiah 58:10-12



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Jamey Tucker

Pastor Jamey Tucker is a husband, father of 8 children and pastor of Eureka Primitive Baptist Church of Chula, Georgia. His passion for evangelism has driven him to preach the gospel in the Phillippines, India, Vietnam, Cambodia and throughout the eastern United States.

When in November of 2007, God opened a door of ministry for the preaching of the gospel in Cambodia, Jamey was deeply moved my the poverty and particularly the plight of the orphans throughout the country. The devastation of years of war, abject poverty, and the prevalence of deadly disease has left nearly a million orphans without a loving home or even basic physical needs.

In January 2008, PRM was organized to assist in the opening of our first orphanage. Pastor Jamey was instrumental in the establishment of the orphanage and has continued to direct the financial aspects of its continued support.


Joseph Weyel

Elder Joseph Weyel served as pastor of Luling Primitive Baptist Church of Luling, Texas until May 2009 when he and his family relocated to Siem Reap, Cambodia to assist in the administration of the orphanage in Stoung, the humanitarian and relief efforts in Varin, and to engage in pastoral and teaching ministry throughout the north and central provinces of Cambodia.

Along with his wife, Rachel, and their 4 children, Joseph hopes to positively impact the lives of God's people within the nation of Cambodia, while growing in their personal relationship and walk with the Lord Jesus Christ. For more information about specific efforts of their ministry visit their website at http://www.jweyel.org.


Hen Chandara

Brother Hen Chandara is the director of Pure Religion Orphanage and also serves as the director and president of One In Love Ministries (a local Cambodia NGO devoted to serving the health and humanitarian needs of the impoverished). Dara rejected Buddism in 1992 and became a believer in Jesus Christ. Since that time, he has been led through a variety of experiences and has served as a soldier, a teacher, and finally as a preacher of the gospel. From 1999 until 2003, Dara was employed by a Four Square Gospel orphanage in Kampong Thom and in that capacity he developed a clear vision of how he believed a Christian orphanage should be operated.

In June, 2007, in God's providence Dara met with Jamey and Joseph in the country of Vietnam. After discussing the needs of orphans and churches in Cambodia on that occasion Dara began to pray that God would open the door for a cooperative ministry. In November of 2007, Elders Tucker and Weyel arrived in Cambodia and began teaching the message of God's sovereign grace in the salvation of sinners. Dara has embraced these doctrines as the foundation of his understanding and of the works of Christian service that have shaped his life and ministry.

In January 2008, Dara's prayers were answered as Pure Religion Orphanage of One In Love Ministries was established in his home town of Stoung, Kampong Thom. Dara has joyfully served the orphans of PRM along with his wife, Savun Dam and three children Zephaniah, David and Ruth since that time.



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