Giving Love

By Shelby Dee St. Valentine’s Day is one holiday that people love to hate. I have friends who wear black each February 14. Others, single and married, refuse to celebrate a holiday that purely commercial. I don’t point out that commercialism doesn’t stop them from buying gifts at Christmas. I agree with my friends who [Read More…]

It begins with a girl: A Hopeful Goodbye

Editor’s Note: Daughter Shelby has been in Cambodia with a missions group from Antioch Church. They are partnering with Transitions Global to address human trafficking. This was her last post from in-country. They are enroute back to Bend, Oregon for the next 24 hours. Thank you for your prayers for this team. # By Shelby [Read More…]

It begins with a girl: TukTuk SameSame

Editor’s Note: Daughter Shelby is in Cambodia this week working with a missions group from Antioch Church and partnering with Transitions Global on human trafficking issues. You can follow her other posts back through the blog. By Shelby Dee Tuk Tuks are our major mode of transportation this week. Opened-aired chariots. No A/C. No radio. [Read More…]