Bill and Noy Peeler
Hometown: Tucker, Ga.
Noy Peeler first heard the gospel in a refugee camp, and she has been telling others about Jesus ever since.
“I especially want my people of Cambodia to hear the gospel,” said Noy. “Jesus didn’t save me to keep quiet but to tell my people that Jesus can save them, too.”
As Cooperative Baptist Fellowship field personnel, Bill and Noy Peeler partner with the Cambodian Baptist Union as church planters and church planter trainers, working with new and experienced national pastors and church planters. As a native Cambodian and former Buddhist, Noy understands both the culture and religion of many Cambodians. Bill’s fluency in the Khmer language and experience in refugee relief work, public and adult English as a Second Language education and as pastor of a Cambodian congregation is also important to their ministry.
“Noy and I hope others will partner with us through their prayers, finances and practical supportive ministries that will help us be the presence of Christ in Cambodia,” said Bill.