Greetings! It’s hard to believe we will be in Cambodia for only one more week. We will go back to Thailand Sunday, May 27. Our two months here have been more bountiful than I ever hoped. We spent the last two months not only ministering to young children, university students, small adult groups, and even… Continue reading Time is Flying!
For Life University revival, Sihanoukville, Cambodia – May 7, 2012 Several weeks ago, God revealed to me in a vision that I would stand on a stage and speak to groups of young people. In the vision, however, God said I would speak to young people in my home country of the United States. So,… Continue reading Cherishing Our Gifts
For Sihanoukville, Cambodia, prison ministry – May 5, 2012 I want to share with you today the story of Stephen. Stephen was one of Jesus’ disciples. The Bible doesn’t say much about Stephen other than he was young, he was full of God’s grace, he did great wonders and miraculous signs among people, and he… Continue reading No Matter Where We Are
For Sihanoukville, Cambodia, Sunday night small group – April 29, 2012 I came to Thailand Jan. 1, 2012, as a volunteer. I was fortunate enough to have raised the money my daughters and I needed to live for six months before leaving the United States. I knew I could not have a job during this… Continue reading Giving On Our Own
My prayer for Cambodia ... is that every person in this country will feel safe in their own homes and be able to remove the razor wire from the perimeter of their houses, that the government will focus not only on the main roads but also what lies behind them, like children who rarely go… Continue reading My Prayer for Cambodia
For Sihanoukville, Cambodia, Friday night small group – April 27, 2012 When my son was little, he loved to do magic tricks. I usually had no problem figuring them out, especially when he made a coin disappear by dropping it on the concrete floor. As he grew older, though, his tricks began to get a… Continue reading Mystery Solved
We washed the hair of several sweet children in a nearby village last Sunday. After we washed their hair, we combed and braided the girls' hair. My girls had a ton of fun, and the Cambodian girls loved their new hairstyles and new friends. Nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Elephant Mountains about 15… Continue reading Easy to Love
For Sihanoukville, Cambodia, prison ministry – April 21, 2012 (Revised for Life University – May 10, 2012) During my senior year of college, my journalism advisor came to me one spring and told me about a conference she wanted me to attend. The conference was in Los Angeles, California. At that time, I was a… Continue reading Disproving Doubt