UNION – The Tabor family will visit Calvary Assembly of God in Union on Sunday, Sept. 19, to talk about their missionary work in Cambodia.
Troy and his wife Lisa met in college. After graduation, they married and moved to Elizabeth, where they served on the staff of an inner-city church and as youth pastors and teachers in a Christian school.
The Tabors arrived in Cambodia in January 1994. During the following years, they served in a variety of roles including church planting, orphanage directors for the Kompong Cham Children’s Home, and media ministries director.
Cambodia is a country of over 12 million that recently emerged from decades of war. This time of fighting has left Cambodia facing many challenges, including widespread poverty. Almost 90 percent population of the population are Buddhists, but the Tabors worked to spread the message of hope that is found in Christ Jesus.
The Tabors will share their story at the 6:30 p.m. service on Missionary Sunday. The church also holds worship services at 8:45 and 11 a.m. at 953 West Chestnut Street, Union and 10:30 a.m. at 172 Springfield Avenue in Berkeley Heights. For more information, call 1-908-964-1133 or visit www.CalvaryAssembly.tv.
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