CRAM Worldwide exists to take the love of Jesus Christ to the people of Asia by meeting their physical needs.


In 1997, the Lord placed a burning desire within the hearts of C. Y. and Patricia Kim to evangelize and meet the physical needs of people living in the communist countries of Asia. Through God’s amazing grace and guidance, He has expanded those opportunities and Christ Reaching Asia Mission (CRAM) Worldwide now shares through benevolent works in China, North Korea, Cambodia, and the Philippines. Established in 1998, CRAM is an active accredited member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, ensuring our supporters that we follow the highest standards of accountability.

If you would like to support C. Y. and Patricia Kim as missionaries to Asia, please click here.

Dr. C.Y. and Patricia Kim

The Philippines

Meet Dr. Sang Ho and Lisa Kim, Field Missionaries for CRAM Worldwide, Inc. Sangho and Lisa Kim have been serving in the Philippines since January 2015. Five churches have been established in Bacoor City… They are named… Torch Church: 350 Members… Faith Church: 100 Members… Hope Church: 230 Members… Love Church: 200 Members… Mindoro Church: 100 Members. Through the development of 5 new church plants, CRAM  will use the local church as the center of outreach to the communities offering food, vocational training, children education ministry, child sponsorship and medical services. If you would like to know more, please click here.

They have also started a campaign there to save the Children of Bacoor by establishing a child sponsorship program. If you would like to know more, please click here.

Sang Ho and Lisa’s elder son, Haneol Kim, is attending Lincoln Christian Seminary to obtain the Master of Divinity degree.

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Missionary Sang Ho and Lisa Kim


The Howe family joined CRAM team in China 11 years ago. Jim and Andra, the mom and dad, with their kids moved to Hunchun, China with a vision to building an Orphanage and Ole Folks for the disabled kids and seniors. Jim and Andra spend most part of their days to take care their adopted kids: Genny, William and Stephen while their own kids are being homeschooled. Andra teaches English at one of the Academies in the city, so she has to drive 30 minutes to work almost every weekday. Please prayer for the final completion of Yangpao Orphanage and Ole Folks Home as well as the well-being of the Howe family. If you would like to know more, please click here.

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The Howe Family


Missionary Peter and Esther Kim started their work in Stung Treng, Cambodia more than a decade ago. He operates a Christian school that educates 150 children with God’s words, worship, and Tae Kwon Do. Without this school, these children might not have the chance to hear about Jesus Christ and to receive education. In 2017, CRAM raised funds to build a Dormitory for the school, so students don’t have sleep in the classrooms in the evening anymore.

He has deep love and compassion for Lepers in Cambodia. These lepers are rejected by their families and societies. Peter and Esther joined hands with CRAM for the creation of Hope Village, a peaceful place where lepers can live, work, receive medical treatments and discipleship training. If you would like to know more, please click here.

Peter Kim