Together, we can make a difference –  one child at a time.

John and Ann 2


John and Ann Turner are originally from Northern Ireland. Born and bred in Belfast, they moved to Newtownards in 1980 when they married. However, they have lived and ministered  in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since 2007.

They are Christians and try to share their love for Jesus with the Cambodian people , through word and deed.

They believe that just because a child’s parents are poor or uneducated, that is no reason to deprive the child of it’s basic human rights to health care, education and proper nutrition.

So John and Ann founded the N.G.O. (Non Governmental Organisation), “Feed My Lambs Cambodia”

John was a teacher for over 30 years in one N.Ireland’s top Grammar schools  and Ann was the business manager and Company Secretary in a very successful commercial company for over 20 years.

They are committed Christians and responded to God’s call to the mission field 2007. They gave up their respective careers and believe God led them to the city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia in South East Asia.

John and Ann have always had a passion for children’s work. They led the Sunshine Corner children’s ministry in their church and then the Sunday evening Gospel Express ministry, altogether for around 20 years.  In the early 1980’s,  they were C.E.F. Trained, (Child Evangelism Fellowship). They established and led a Good News Club in their home for around 20 years and for several years a Junior Youth Challenge.

So, it’s hardly surprising they continue to work with children but now on the other side of the world in Cambodia.

If your life inspires just one child, your life has been a success.