The Kingdom of Cambodia is located in Southeast Asia on the Indochina Peninsula; Thailand and Laos border it to the north, Vietnam to the east and south, and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. While Cambodia has recently had an annual GDP growth rate that ranks in the top ten worldwide, most of the people within the country continue to live in poverty. The average annual family income is less than $1,000, or less than $3 a day.
The spiritual darkness that permeates Cambodian culture is heart-wrenching. Tragically, the increased tourism that Cambodia has recently experienced is in no small measure owed to the growing sex trade industry, which consists of thousands of young victims who have been sold into the industry often by their own families, sometimes for less than $10. Primarily as a result of this wicked practice, Cambodia now has one of the highest rates of HIV/AIDS in all of Asia. The vast majority of the Cambodian population is Buddhist (96 percent), which traces its roots as the national religion all the way back to the 15th century. With the community being less than two percent evangelical, the church in Cambodia finds itself as the vast minority.
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