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February 01, 2013


Brenda Sloggett

Malcolm this beautiful poem brought tears to my eyes, tears of love for this beautiful people who gave me a new purpose to my life in 1991 when I made my first visit. I fell in love with this nation and it's people and it means so much to me that you now share that same passion for this country. I believe this visit of yours will be the beginning of a new partnership as we who love these people seek to bring the gospel of healing and forgiveness to them. Many former prisoners during the Killing Fields know the Saviour of the world and to work with them bringing the indiscribable love of Christ Himself is privilege indeed.

Mary Good

Thanks for these words Malcolm. I am going to Cambodia and the Philippines on the 18th February with the International Justice Mission to learn more about what they, with other Christian organisations, are trying to do to stop child traffickking there. It will be an amazing trip, as I can see yours has been. Bless you.

Brenda Sloggett

We are having a special prayer time today to cover your overland journey to SiemReap that you will have opportunity to speak to your fellow travellers and be filled with the Holy Spirits power as you minister in the Northern provinces. May your fellowship with the workers in the Kingdom bless you and your presence be of great significant help and encouragement to them.Please give Ivor and Reaksa our love and if you get to meet Marie Hill, she is a fine example of one who has stood in the most severe trials and remained true to her calling.

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