I’ve been home 5 days with the typical jet lag and a cold to contend with but am super excited for what God is doing in Cambodia.
We live in a world where there is no such thing as true “security”. I know for certain that the only true security is being and doing exactly what God wants me to be and do. Yet this requires tremendous trust in Him.
Being in the middle of Svay Pak and taking in not only the smells, (quite intense at times!) but also the sights and sounds of Jesus through the people in that village, workers, volunteers, children and locals was extremely encouraging that yes, God is working here and I am exactly where I am supposed to be.
There is still tremendous work ahead and I am extremely grateful for staff and volunteers who on a daily basis deal with challenges I’ve never had to deal with, who give sacrificially and who have been obedient to God’s call.
I am grateful for you as AIM supporters both, prayer and financial, who have committed to the fight against trafficking: for being a voice in your own communities, taking action from where you are and how God has gifted you.
Be secure that you are in a fight of justice that God has called everyone to be in.
Justice is a call for everyone, no need to pray about that: “He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly, and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8
As we are in this weekend celebrating our Risen Lord, be praying for our staff and volunteers in Cambodia who, as Don has described it, “work in Satan’s playground.”
Keep fighting the fight!
My love and appreciation for you all and God bless you,