Based here in Indy, World Next Door is kind of like a travel magazine:except that it focuses on the social justice issues that you won't find in a tourist brochure. It's like an investigative newspaper that is filled with the everyday experiences of Christians fighting poverty, AIDS, and trafficking. Teams of writers embed with partner ministries, live with host families, and write to inspire suburban Americans to engage in the work God is doing around the world.
Basically, it's everything I love rolled into one. And God has given me a chance to be part of it! I'm excited out of my mind!
For two months, I and six other team members are going to Cambodia to research and write about Center for Global Impact's career training programs. We'll be living with host families in Battambang and Phnom Penh, where byTavi, Green Mango CafÃ© & Bakery, and the Daughters Project teach culinary and seamstress skills to at-risk women. Through our writing, we will have the opportunity to detail our experience and share ways to get involved to countless readers in the United States. It's going to be amazing!
Prayer support will be crucial as we wrestle with the realities of trafficking and poverty in Cambodia and as we strive to faithfully portray both the darkness of sin and the light of God there. If you're interested receiving regular prayer updates, send me a Facebook message or text! Committed readers are also vital"” I'd love for you to follow our articles and share them with others!
Each team member must also raise $4,500
to cover travel and living expenses, so please consider supporting us
financially. The deadline for fundraising is May 18th, and I've got a long way to go.
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