Greetings from Cambodia

Here I am in the lovely city of Phnom Penh. The weather is beautiful – at least by my standards, low 90’s in the day, upper 70’s at night, no rain so ar except a real downpour a couple of nights ago but it was after 10PM and definitely no snow ever! 
I have been in the country now for just over a month. Praise God I have just come back from picking up my passport which now has a valid retiree visa good through Feb of 2019. This type of visa, by the way, was only created by the Cambodia government last September. Isn’t God great? My thanks to all of you who have been praying. Right now the students are looking at a couple of apts for me that have 2 bedrooms. They wanted to go see them without me as according to the internet the price ($500) is negotiable and they figured they could negotiate better without a foreigner in the room. They know what I need and want so I am leaving it to them. They also know the neighborhoods. I can’t explain why I need 2 bedrooms but I just feel strongly that is what the Lord told me I needed. I am not sure why but am kind of curious to see what He is going to do with the extra room. In the mean time if anyone wants to visit I will have a extra room. 
Right now I am working with 4 students from Phnom Penh University.  They have invited several others but so far that is all who are coming. At first I was a little disappointed that there were only 4 but then I remembered learning at Vineyard Leadership Institute that one should invest their lives in 3 or 4 people, as Jesus did with Peter, Jame and John, and train them to go out and do the work of the Lord. So, that’s my plan. To be honest Savy in Salt Lake has already trained Pheatra and Tai pretty well but I will add what I can. For now they are coming over 4 nights a week after school to study English and 2 nights to learn the Bible. On Sundays we have worship. 
Over the next few weeks I want to tell you a bit about each of them so you can get to know them and pray for them.