Yesterday was our last day teaching at the center in Battambang, and we said goodbye to all the kids. This morning, many of the kids showed up at the center to come visit us. They brought us treats, gifts, and a warm, loving feeling. Some of my students f...

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My students from the SingHa Village have moved my heart in ways that words cannot fathom to describe. Their beautiful faces and eagerness to learn is truly a blessing to experience. May the awesome Lord continue to bless them in their daily lives in the p...

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Reflection… “If you’ve come here to help me, you’re wasting your time. But if you’ve come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” ― Australian Aboriginal Elder Lilla Watson We are not here t...

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The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts. Although many of the students here in the countryside do not have many access to things like transportation, food, water, and money, they all are very happy with their life and apprecia...

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I’ve been teaching for five days in rural Cambodia, and already I dread thinking about the day when I have to leave my students. I will miss the way my students stand up everyday to greet me into the classroom, and I will miss the excitement and energy ...

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I am spiritually lagged and my mind and heart are still in Cambodia. I miss waking up to the sound of the rooster and doing chores, biking in those dusty roads but always being greeted by adults in children, teaching the students English at the middle sch...

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I told myself I would be fine during the last hour of class. The students were laughing, a few were singing, and they took a short quiz on what they had previously learned. As the students turned in their quizzes and left for the day, a few of the girls h...

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I do, more than anything, want to stay longer. The students here are wonderful, and life in Cambodia is so refreshingly different from that of the States. I feel as if I’ve awakened. There is something extraordinary about the atmosphere here that I ...

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It’s been almost a month since our service trip. I find my spirit wandering to the dusty road where we said bye to our students. As I walked to my car in the darken sky and snow, that brief walk, reminded me of our students as we took them home in e...

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