Syna Lao

Syna Lao and her husband, Soeuth, are Alliance international workers in Cambodia. They have two children, Justin and Jonathan.

  • Harvest Time in the Former Killing Fields Out of the ashes, a church-planting movement spreadsHarvest Time in the Former Killing Fields

    Jan/Feb 2020

    Alliance Life

    Kune was terrified of her husband, Kong. He and his brothers ran a brutal crime ring among the floating villages […]

  • A Divine Reunion

    Nov/Dec 2019

    Alliance Life

    A rescued trafficking victim finds faith and family

  • No Longer a Nobody

    Jan/Feb 2017

    Alliance Life

    God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong

  • The Right Place

    Sept/Oct 2015

    Alliance Life

    Recently my husband, Soeuth, and I left our house early in the morning to pick up some church ladies for […]

  • Not Sorry, We’re Closed

    Sept/Oct 2015

    Alliance Life

    “Why is this shop closed today?” asked a hurried customer on a busy Sunday morning. “It is because the owner […]

  • A Harvest of the Heart

    Jan/Feb 2015

    Alliance Life

    When my husband, Soeuth, and I moved to Poipet, Cambodia, in July 2003, concerned friends from Siem Reap pleaded with […]

  • The House of Bread

    July 15, 2014

    Alliance Life

    A servant of the Lord once told me that “God is always in the business of looking for people and […]

  • Lead Us to Jesus

    January 15, 2013

    Alliance Life

    Toward the end of the Khmer Rouge regime, while escaping from war zones to the protection of refugee camps, many […]

  • Nothing by Chance

    April 2010

    Alliance Life

    Every Thursday, my husband, Soeuth; fellow worker Kandi Lay and I brave the five-hour round-trip to Boeng Beng in the […]

  • Searching for the Source

    April 2007

    Alliance Life

    Late last year, my husband, Seouth, and I, along with about 30 other church people from Poipet, Cambodia, piled into […]