Global Mission Partnerships

Global Mission Partnerships

Daz and Bee

Daz and Bee moved to South East Asia in July 2018 with their three children, Connor, Ella and Libby. Since their arrival, Daz and Bee have focused on learning to understand and speak the local language, and immersing themselves in the culture of their host people.

They have also taken over the directorship of a café the team have been running for several years. This has allowed them to continue to develop deeper cultural understanding and relationships with local friends. They are excited to see how God is going to use them and the café ministry over the coming years to transform lives and expand His Kingdom!

Find out more about Daz and Bee’s work in South East Asia. 


Mike has been serving in South East Asia since July 2021. His first year was spent adapting and learning to adjust to life in the small, yet fast-developing regional city he now calls home.

Mike role as an English teacher not only allows him to help the local people develop their English language skills, but is also necessary for him to have a reason to stay long-term in South East Asia. One of Mike’s goals is to develop deep trust and respect with his friends at the language centre, so that he might have fruitful conversations about the Kingdom with them too.

Find out more about Mike’s work in South East Asia.

Rours and Reaksmey

Rours and Reaksmey are preparing to join the team in Cambodia to serve among the Khmer people. 

They are excited to minister wholistically in the villages in the North West region of Cambodia, through establishing faith communities and training the local faith community leaders, as well as offering literacy training, health education and medical assistance. 

Find out more about Rours and Reaksmey’s upcoming work in Cambodia.

Lisa West-Newman

Lisa is the CEO of Symbiosis International. She has 10 years of experience in community development in South East Asia and a background in communications and public policy.

Find out more about Lisa’s work with Symbiosis International.

Max and Helen Sahl

Max and Helen are former teachers who lived in Papua New Guinea for 20 years. They now live at the National Centre for Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia where Max is the CEO. 

Find out more about Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia.