"We are a small organization," says [Pastor Nhien Pham], who is now pastor at Vancouver Vietnamese Mennonite Church. "We don't have a lot of financial resources, but the Lord opened a door for us."The Fellowship was created in 1991 to provide fellowship with Mennonites in North America and plant churches in Vietnam. While expansion in North America has been slow, with the addition of just two churches since its inception, the Fellowship refers to the growth in Vietnam as an "explosion."Chau Dang, the current Fellowship president and Calgary Vietnamese Mennonite Church pastor, says it is his great joy to see God's kingdom advance not only in North America and Vietnam, but also in Cambodia, where over a million Vietnamese refugees are eager to learn about Christianity. The Fellowship has already helped one Vietnamese-Cambodian community to open a small clothing factory to support the local church.