Cambodia Baptist Union
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The Cambodia Baptist Union (CBU, also known as the Cambodian Baptist Convention ) is a national cooperative association of Baptist churches in Cambodia. Although Baptist missions have been noted in Cambodia since at least 1953, due to the turbulent contemporary history of Cambodia, the CBU was only organized in 1995 as the Khmer Baptist Convention.
In 1994, the Baptists co-founded the Evangelical Fellowship of Cambodia (EFC) and in 1997, a Baptist Federation was created uniting churches that were planted by Southern Baptists and independent Baptists  and co-founded the Kampuchea Christian Council in August 1998.
The CBU participates actively in ecumenical relationships through:
- Evangelical Fellowship of Cambodia
- Kampuchea Christian Council
- Baptist World Alliance
- John Mark Ministries: A First For Cambodia
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- Cambodian Christian Church: A Thumbnail Sketch of Evangelical Cambodian Church 1993-2001
- Christian Conference of Asia: New Members of the CCA
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