Today we got to visit the NCLO orphanage, and words cannot describe how beautiful these kids are. They have a contagious spirit of laughter, joy, and excitement; and they create such a powerful, energetic atmosphere! Their English is amazing, and they wer...

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“We are not called by God to do extraordinary things, but to do ordinary things with extraordinary love. ” ― Jean Vanier In the midst of hardship and challenges, I am in awe of the spirit of the children. Their laughter, smiles, and tears can bring ...

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We got to teach the students at the Khmer Heart Center conversational English. This is a picture of my classroom that I taught. I was able to learn more Khmer from them, and they were able to introduce themselves and say greetings. I wasn’t too afra...

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Reflections: Souls cross ages like clouds cross skies, an’ tho’ a cloud’s shape nor hue nor size don’t stay the same, it’s still a cloud an’ so is a soul. Who can say where the clouds blowed from or who the soul’l...

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Teaching English day and night. While Zong Herr was teaching English to the students, I assisted him on the side and did my very best to translate his teachings into Khmer. I helped the monks learn how to speak English, and their pronounciation was amazin...

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It’s been about a week here teaching the students in Cambodia. Waking up, doing chores, eating breakfast, biking to school, teaching the students in middle school, biking back home, teaching some younger students back at the center, and then biking ...

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Reflections: “Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson Although I’ve been to Cambodia many times, each time is so uniquely different and new. We have traveled acr...

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Living out in the countryside of Cambodia is hard at times. I give props to the people living here because they are so tough, strong, and bring such a powerful presence of joy in spite of the conditions they face. The roads here are extremely dusty and th...

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Reflections: Create meaningful relationships! Our journey is coming to an end soon. We are in Siem Reap and our students are visiting the ancient Angkor Wat temples. I have a different journey today–I’m going to see someone about a promise I m...

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