Courage Meets Compassion

How do you look into the eyes of young girls ages 8-14 in Cambodia who have been sexual abused and exploited? I colored a picture with them, smiled a lot, and shared my love and attention. How do you care for three women in Vietnam who have survived trafficking...

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Human Rights Tour Update

Friends of Hagar USA, I apologize for the delay in updating you. Our friends and coworkers at Hagar Australia kept us busy as we joined in on their Human Rights Tour. They did an excellent job. It is impossible to convey all that this tour entailed. But I will do my...

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Day 3 in Phnom Penh – An Invitation

  To Hagar USA Supporters, A big thank you for following our blog and updates. We appreciate you and your commitment to support us. Here in Cambodia, we have become convinced that Hagar’s mantra, “We do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore a broken life”, is...

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Good Evening from Phnom Penh

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Good evening from Phnom Penh! Although it is probably mid morning for all of our US supporters. We arrived safely in Phnom Penh yesterday morning and spent most of the day recovering from a bit of jet lag. Last evening, we were able to connect with several Hagar Australia staff members. Today has...

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Ray’s Relections


When did we see Him…?

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’” Matthew 25:40. Life took a dramatic turn for me after spending a substantial season of...

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