This book describes the founding and the development of the Assemblies of God in Cambodia. It identifies both the missionaries and local pastors that have invested their lives in reaching the Kymer people, one of the world's unreached people groups. In the beginning, the government only allowed them to run an orphanage and be involved in other ministries of social concern as well as teaching English. After a few years, they were allowed to begin planting churches. Shortly after that, Cambodia Bible Institute opened its doors in 1994 to train pastors for continued church planting and expansion of the work. To date, there are well over 100 Assemblies of God churches in Cambodia and more are being added every year. This is their story.