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I want to invite you to the screening party to view a short film by A21/Christine Caine’s ministry to end human trafficking that tells of their 10 year history, testimonies and vision.  I will share briefly with you about other ministries who are working to end human trafficking here and abroad.  You will have the opportunity to share in the work. You may share in the new project I will be helping to begin with Iris Cambodia in September. Wednesday, June 13 6 pm Parkland House of Prayer Bonne Terre, MO top of the hill at Bonneville Plaza   I will bring hearts for the “You are Loved” - Have a Heart Campaign Buy 1 - Give 1 I hope to see you, Wednesday!  Feel free to forward this post to others who might be interested and bring your friends and family!...

Valentine’s Day in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Valentine’s Day in Phnom Penh, Cambodia I’m back!  I got back from Phnom Penh a week ago Sunday.  It was a unique trip spent seeing, listening, learning, connecting with Cambodia, Khmer people, Iris Cambodia team, and Vision.  My heart has been enlarged and broken and ignited for Cambodia. It amazes me how my small little gift of Art and Jewelry design is invited to join a much bigger picture of helping women escape the sex trafficking bondage by creating a loving, healing, safe place to come and create sustainable income! While visiting all the different facets of Iris Cambodia’s work and ministry, I got to paint and play with the precious children of the railway slum,   make polymer clay hearts with some of the Mums,                                     and to go into the Bar/Brothels to just sit, talk, and love on the girls/women there.  I gave them polymer clay heart pins with “loved” stamped on the back.  We created quite a “love stir” as one after another came over to see the hearts and to receive theirs.  One of the women told me her story of how when her husband left her with her 1 year old son, she came to the city in desperation to get a job so she could care for him….. When she asked me when I would come back, I said I would but it would be awhile.  She said, “I will not take off this heart pin until you come back.”  I wept.  May she be one of...

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