-He is worthy of all our praises.
–The Agape Restoration Center (ARC) school had their graduation ceremony yesterday. One of the small, dear rescues out of Svay Pak received her certificate and gift, returned to her seat and burst into tears, sobbing hard. Don thought maybe she was upset her box was smaller than some of the others; was that the problem? No, no , not at all. She was overwhelmed a girl like her was able to study and receive recognition and reward for her school work. She never ever thought she would live to experience such a happy day like this. A day full of love, support, encouragement, hope and Christ’s presence all around her and the others.
–Rahab’s House School now offers 32 English classes every day! We are so happy to be able to offer small class sizes. Currently, we have 290 students studying English. We have now expanded our Khmer elementary classes to two 1st grade classes and two kindergarten classes, for a total of 50 students. Our first grade classes are already full, which is amazing!
–Agape Safe Families, the US Aftercare branch of AIM is launching with their first training and recruitment of families and volunteers to come alongside sex trafficking victims on October 12th in Sacramento! They will be forming Hope Restoration Teams for each survivor and family – providing both support and services. Contact Jerry Johnson for more information. email@example.com
-Grateful for our amazing staff, volunteers, supporters, partners and prayer warriors.
-Great event Run For Courage put on last Saturday raising awareness and funds for organizations fighting sex trafficking. Great to see some of YOU! So many people remarking it’s the best organized event ever! Terrific job by all involved and our thanks as AIM will be one of the recipients of funds!
–Bridgeway team was a great blessing. We are so grateful for their partnership and their support of the vision we have to continue to saturate Svay Pak with Christ.
-ARC staff implementing new improvements around the campus, adding more games and activities for the girls, more gardens, etc.
So Abraham called that place The Lord Will Provide. And to this day it is said, “On the mountain of the Lord it will be provided.” Genesis 22: 14
-For God’s protection and provision on all AIM ministries, staff, volunteers, girls, supporters.
-Rahab House School teachers continue to struggle with health issues. We are hoping that the one teacher who needs dentures will be able to get them this month. Pray that the teachers would be able to see how they are growing, both as teachers and as children of God.
-This is the week Agape Safe Families begins recruiting and training Hope Restoration Teams — families and volunteers to come alongside sex trafficking victims, providing hope and healing. Pray they will get enough families and volunteers to provide the desperately needed aftercare for victims. For all the organizations cooperating in this effort.
-For unity, perseverance and growth in our staff and girls.
-For good, honest, Christian men to rise up in the anti trafficking police units in Cambodia and all over the world.
-For our Director of Operations, Clayton Butler, as he will be getting married to Emily this month!
-For the Gherebean family preparing to return to the USA, for Laura Linner moving back to Cambodia to work in Rahab’s House Siem Reap (RHSR).
-For family and friends struggling with disease, financial troubles, etc.
For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified. 1 Corinthians 2:2
Love from Bridget Brewster
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