Monthly Archives: July 2015

Soft Pillow to Lay Your Head

Marisa is a volunteer teacher with New Hope for Cambodian Children (NHCC) Marisa Eve July 27 at 9:33pm “Soft” A soft pillow to lay your head on at night A soft voice to sing you a lullaby Soft brown eyes … Continue reading

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One Child at a Time

Last year, I joined a mission team that went to Cambodia to work with children who had been rescued from sex trafficking, or were at-risk children. We learned that this work took time – that everything moves at a slower … Continue reading

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Another Reason to Go

Death is grief as much to a Cambodian as to a Westerner. However, many Cambodians are Buddhists who do not view death as the end of one’s life but rather as the end of a life cycle. It is a … Continue reading

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What Does Freedom Mean?

The following was written by Marisa Eve, when asked “What does freedom mean?” Marisa has given her life to working with orphaned children in Cambodia. The language is strong. It’s the truth. “Being free means” Free you see isn’t something … Continue reading

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