Finding faith and perspective in Cambodia

  When the Khmer Rouge regime swept through Cambodia in the 1970’s, nearly a quarter of its population was extinguished from torture, mass executions, malnutrition and disease. It’s estimated that between one and three million lives were lost. After flying … Continue reading

Opium, Coffee Beans and a Life Transformed Near the Burma Border of Thailand

February 19th, 2016 – Mae Sai, Thailand, in the  Phami Village near the Thailand/Myanmar border Lying in my tent in a tree, suspended in space with only God and the stars for company, I pondered the story that I came here … Continue reading