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Basic Bible seminar for students, youth held in Cambodia

Participants reading the Bible (Photo supplied)

The Apostolic Prefecture of Battambang in Cambodia organized a basic bible seminar for seminarians, students, and youths.

The workshop runs for three days from May 13 to May 15.   

It is the new exponential seminar program under the theme "Basic Bible" organized by the Battambang Village Bible Commission at Borome Gospel Center in Battambang Community Campus, said Bishop Enrique Figaredo Alvargonzalez of the Apostolic Prefecture of Battambang.

Governor Tep Chanpiseth (Kike) of the Catholic Community of Battambang village also attended the opening ceremony on May 13.

"May all try to read the Bible more and more to be closer to God,” he said.

Some participants come from Tahen community, Svaysisophon, Poipet, Battambang, Santihanna house and sister Lydy's house.

This workshop is aimed at loving and reading the Bible regularly, meditating and sharing the Word of God to build and strengthen the community, read the Bible to understand life and follow it and creating a team that cares to share the Word of God. 


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