In 2017 I set off for Cambodia to work in the area of anti-trafficking with Iris Cambodia. The last three years have been something of a rollercoaster as I have witnessed some of the worst of humanity, yet in the midst of pain and suffering, I have been able to see first-hand the redemptive and saving grace of the Lord. The faces of children and babies who have been brought into safety will be forever etched in my memories. During my time in Cambodia, I had the privilege of working alongside the national staff to support those in need. Many of you will have heard my stories of going into bars (commonly known as fronts for brothels), spending long hours in hospitals with sick babies, heading into the rural parts of Cambodia on outreaches, as well as spending time in local ‘at risk’ communities. The attached video provides a snapshot into some of the testimonies from the last year.
My time in Cambodia has come to an end but I am so thankful for all that I was able to contribute over these past years and for the way that God has sustained and used me for this important work. Thank you to everyone who has supported me along the way. I was the one doing the work on the ground, but it was the prayers and support of many others who helped to sustain me there and help bring about the many breakthroughs I had the joy of witnessing.