Eat, then write.

Looking at the dates, I suppose I can’t deny it, but it seems hard to believe that it’s been six days since I last posted. We’ve been beyond busy, going non-stop from about 6am to 11pm for the past week, traveling from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap and then to Battambang, where I find myself early this morning, rushing to put a post together before scrambling out the door for breakfast.

This morning, Jared and Rayli are heading heading out into some of the rural areas surrounding Battambang to meet with some pastors supported by Central Vineyard Church in Columbus, Ohio. Seth, Pak and I will be staying in town, and have no further plans until lunch time. Now that I think of it, I could probably use a shower. I’ll try to put a better post together after breakfast.

I have so many thoughts, so much I’d like to write about. Perhaps a cup of tea and some banana pancakes from Sunrise Café will help me focus. Who knows? It might be my best post yet. Stay tuned.

For now, however, I’ll leave you with some photos of some of the beautiful kids from Asia’s Hope in Battambang.

Asia's Hope Project Manager, Seth Earnest, gets the tour of some of our new facilitiesMy son Pak visits one of our newly constructed homes with some of his favorite little people

Our beautiful kids

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