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the Lost
at Any Cost"

Our Story

Our Vision

 For Others To Catch the Vision

Cambodia is having a mighty Harvest.  We need people catch the vision to help support bringing the Harvest in.  Please pray about getting involved in this mighty outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon this nation. Time is getting short. We don't know how long the doors will remain open in Cambodia. Let's partner together for His Glory.


Going where others hardly go!

Many of our leaders live in the remote areas.  They reach their own village for Christ and establish house churches.  From there they spread out to even remoter areas, where there is little or no presence of Christianity.  They teach and help train up new leadership and after as long as a year of volunteering, the new leaders become Pastors and repeat the process.  How will they hear unless they are sent?   


When do we stop?

People have told us, "You're getting too big, when are you going to stop?" As of December, 2013 our staff is ministering to over 100,000 men, women and children on a weekly basis with the goal of "Reaching the Lost and Teaching the Found". When do we stop? When does the Great Commission stop?


Prayer  & Financial Partners needed .

The Harvest is going on right now in Cambodia. It is this nation's hour of visitation. Every month almost 2,000 new souls are being added to the Kingdom through our house churches, children's ministry and District churches.




Slow beginning

Since January, 2002 Jerry and Wilma Mishler  have been in Cambodia with the Great Commission in the forefront. First it went very slow as at that time it was only Jerry would go out into the villages to preach the Gospel with his translator. House churches were established and they were visited weekly. The people were so hungry for God that after a short period of time there were too many house churches to see each week.



In July of 2003 we restructured. Jerry started training the Cambodian nationals who were full of the Holy Spirit and wanted to serve God. They were eager to reach their nation for Christ. By 2005 we had 45 leaders going out reaching 3,500 adults and 2,000 children attending house churches and village Bible Clubs. They serve God full-time out in the field. Because the ministry was getting large we had to restructured once more.


We established a Local NGO for the Pastors, so if the doors would ever close in Cambodia to foreign missionaries, the Local NGO would be able to continue. On the Frontline Ministries, Inc. fully supports the entire work of the Local NGO in Cambodia, which was given the name of “Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ”, (SGJC). Jerry is on the Board as their Financial Advisor/overseer, and Spiritual Advisor. 


Sunbeam  Kids International

In 2008 Sunbeam Kids International was founded by Wilma Mishler.  Although a separate 501(c) 3, non-profit organization, it works hand in hand with the Local NGO in Cambodia, "Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ".  Sunbeam Kids International oversees the funding of our Sunbeam Kids Orphanage, in Battambang, Cambodia, and also handles and funds all children ministries.

the Lost
at Any Cost"

What do we do?   To help fulfill the “Great Commission”, and by equipping the saints for the work of the ministry.


How do we do it?   By the power of the Holy Spirit. Teaching & training the Cambodian nationals to reach their own for Christ.


Who makes it possible?  Faithful Partners who believe in the vision of reaching Cambodia for Christ: either by prayer, financial giving or both. And of course our family. Thank you!


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