Monthly Archives: November 2014

Patty Cake – A Cambodia Story – #6

By mid-week, that first week in Cambodia, the team had learned a lot. That oppressive heat and humidity – God’s personal makeup remover – led us to a family-owned shop nearby the safe house, and to the best ice coffees … Continue reading

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Pick-Up Sticks – a Cambodia Story #5

Be mindful of the needs of others. Yes, Dad, I remember. I can still hear you saying that at the end of every prayer. Be mindful of the needs of others. Yes. Yes…. I’m so mindful that I think I’m … Continue reading

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I Saw God Everywhere – A Story of Cambodia #4

On the first day of our trip, one of our team leaders lead us in a devotion.¬†We listened to a song by Stephen Curtis Chapman. It is called “Dive“. This verse says it all: But we will never know The … Continue reading

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Garbage Day – A Story of Cambodia – #3

We make our way to a neighborhood¬†restaurant, stepping carefully through the muddy streets. A small girl, holding a basket of handmade bracelets under one arm, leans against a pole and watches our street-side table intently. She stares at me, brown … Continue reading

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I Fell In Love in Cambodia

I fell in love in Cambodia. I fell hard and fast, and I can’t get him out of my mind! Actually, I fell in love with about 150 of them, but this little one high-fived himself into my heart, and … Continue reading

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Unbroken Chain

We knew we would be blessed by them. That’s what everyone told us when we departed fourteen days ago. The big question was, how would we be a blessing to them? How could a team of eleven Americans bless 150 … Continue reading

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