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Cambodia - 2013

Cambodia Day 5 - New Life

Posted by Kathy Eliasen on

Guest Post by Randy Cook, Go Team member for North End Community Church in Tacoma: What a joy and a privilege to have been a part of CHO's day of baptisms! Our team baptized 120 people this afternoon in the Safe Haven canal, most of whom were under 15 years old! Pastor Kevin, Craig Baldwin...

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Cambodia Day 5 - Church in the Village

Posted by Kevin Williams on

Sunday morning Wow what an amazing God filled day! We drove out to a village on a long muddy road. One van got stuck deep in the mud. After a good bit of sliding and with the help of eight Cambodians we were freed. This village church meets under a lean two shelter attached to a house. Today...

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Cambodia Day 4 - Family Reunion

Posted by Kathy Eliasen on

Saturday mornng After breakfast, we were greeted in the hotel lobby by Reatrey - Vice Director at CHO. He brought the pickup to help transport the team (and all of our luggage) to Poipet. It was a long drive with a stop in Battambang to have lunch with Hor and Sophal, two CHO board members. Hor...

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Cambodia Day 3 -

Posted by Kathy Eliasen on

We started off the morning at a coffee shop in Phnom Penh with Stephen Himley from Medical Teams International. Stephen completed a preliminary health assessment for CHO last year and we wanted to pick his brain to get a better understanding of health care in Cambodia. After our coffee date, we...

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Cambodia Day 2 - Heavy Hearts

Posted by Kathy Eliasen on

Thursday, September 12 Today the team visited the genocide museum that Pol Pot and his regime used to detain, interrogate and murder the Cambodian people. It was originally a school which was converted into a torture prison and processing center before detainees were sent to the Killing Fields...

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