Mission and Vision Statement
The Vision, Mission, and Values
Vision: Unleash the generations in Cambodia, with a goal of throughout all of Asia, to know Jesus as Lord and Savior.
Mission: Through training, education, hands on care and love we bring to them renewing of hearts and minds as we present the message of salvation and forgiveness through Jesus Christ.
Values: Christ centered- Kingdom Building-Teamwork-Life changing-Leaving a Legacy
Calling and History
“You are the salt of the earth…You are the light of the world…let your good deeds shine out for all to see, so that everyone will praise your heavenly Father.” Matthew 5:13-16
1979 During the Killing Fields (Cambodian genocide), Setan Lee converted and vowed to return to Cambodia to share Christ with everyone.
1990 Setan and Randa Lee visited Cambodia, and on his return to the U.S. , Robert Little and Mark Sprenger helped to set the vision.
1992 Setan established the Phnom Penh Bible School (PPBS).
1995 First class graduated from PPBS, Setan announced he was launching Kampuchea for Christ (KFC).
1996 Established as a 501c3 organization and funded by local individuals, churches, and businesses.
1999- Establishing churches throughout Cambodia and our three main centers focusing on the children of Cambodia.
2003 Became Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) member and maintain ECFA high standards of accountability.
2007 Changed name to become more accepted throughout Asia- “Kampuchea for Christ (dba) TransformAsia”
The Ministry Model
The Problem: Cambodia being primarily a Buddhist country, suffered the Pol Pot regime which was genocide of 1.7 million people and they need a hope and a Father which they can find in Jesus Christ. [Keeping abreast of constantly changing laws of ever changing government regimes]
The Solution: We have developed various centers throughout Cambodia to reach the youth in the country that have been displaced. We work with local churches and their congregations on how to reach their neighbors. We have various foreign groups visiting us to help with retreats or to help teach young Cambodians a new trade. [Staying informed of government changes in laws and making necessary changes to avoid government interference (ie name changes, focus changes, etc.)]