Trip Blog

Cambodia Final Blog

” Start believing today that you are rare, one-of-a-kind, valuable and precious…” – Joyce Meyer On Monday, we started the day at Shear Love by spending some time in a quick meeting with Dianna and a couple of Shear Love’s … View Page

Cambodia Day 8

  I haven’t had the pleasure of writing a GO blog for 5 years now… it’s good to be back!   The Global Outreach department has been a constant support of the missions work I have been a part of … View Page

Cambodia Day 7

Today was a long, difficult, and tiring day. After flying from Cambodia to Thailand, we celebrated a joyous reunion with Dianna Bautista and her staff at Shear Love. The facility is impressive and well thought out. It contains a salon, … View Page

Cambodia Day 6

Today was the last day of Kids club. After a crazy exciting fun filled week, it is always hard to say good bye. The relationships you build are ones that will never be forgotten. I had the opportunity today to … View Page

Cambodia Day 5

We went on our tour of Svay Pak today after the morning session of VBS. We walked down a dirt road, through an empty lot, and passed by concrete houses which have small shops in the front with bars on … View Page

Cambodia Day 4

Today was our second day of Kids Club with AIM’s kids and the disciples. God continues to work in amazing ways and He never ceases to amaze me. The Kids Club begins with praise and worship, then story time, craft … View Page

Cambodia Day 3

There is a theme for our trip that I think all of us would agree on, and that’s “Love.” As one of the disciples who is managing her way into the hearts of all of our team members shared, Jesus … View Page

Cambodia Day 2

Today was an incredible day. It was our FIRST day of VBS for the FIRST time in Cambodia!! It was evident that God hand-picked this team Himself because it could not have gone any more amazing. In a place that … View Page

Cambodia Day 1

“Be careful because Cambodia is the most dangerous place you will ever visit. You will fall in love with it, and eventually it will break your heart.” This history of Cambodia is horrendous and heartbreaking. In the months leading up … View Page

Final Kenya Blogs

Today we are getting ready to go back home and I’ve been thinking about how can I even put into words what we’ve experienced. It almost seems impossible to explain, because so much has happened. There is a difference between … View Page