A recent survey conducted by Pew Research in Asia focused on exploring the relationship between religion and identity. The survey found that Singapore, which has a diverse religious landscape with no dominant religion, experienced the highest number of conversions from one religion to another. On the other hand, countries like Cambodia, where one religion is dominant, most survey participants said that religion was an essential part of their cultural identity. In fact, 97% of participants agreed that “being Buddhist is important to being truly part of their nation.” Let us pray that Cambodians will have the courage to break free from this mindset as they encounter Jesus Christ. We also pray that the Church will be strengthened and encouraged, despite the overwhelming bias against changing religion. (The Bible, Job 4:4).