Today we gave the students a very short break once we landed and got our luggage into the hotel. The goal was to stay awake for the day to try and sleep tonight. We spent the afternoon at Cambodia’s genocide muesem called S-21, or Tuol Sleng.
What was at one time a high school, was converted into a prison for torcher during the Khmer Rouge in 1975 to 1979.
This evening was our ministry time. This is the part where we part ways for little bits at a time to keep the security of the ministry in tact. Just ask any student about our first night in Battambang and they have one word they are ready to share to explain how God has forever changed their hearts and perspective on love and acceptance. We have been given more love then we could ever return. Thank you CIY: Engage for this opportunity to love and be loved.
You never know when the last time you will see someone is. When we left Phnom Penh on Tuesday we thought we would not see these kids again. Our fearless leader Theara pulled some strings and set up one last party today with these funny, beautiful, and heart warming kids. The staff at Kid’s Club came in on their day off to make this happen 🙏🏼 Orkun (Thank You).
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