I’ve always been inspired by people who are resolute about purpose.
This is especially true when I visit Cambodia. We have some of the most purposeful and passionate staff members in our NightCare centers. I’m constantly blown away by their patience, warmth, and undeniable commitment to the babies and toddlers. These staff members—the people that are fighting on the front lines of this battle and working through the night to love these babies—are worthy of admiration.
But you know who stands out to me the most?
Our Heroes who are working in anonymity. They are nameless, faceless, and completely unknown to these babies and toddlers. But it is their commitment to Saving Moses that is changing lives every single night. They are breaking into the dark, unjust, and corrupt places with light, hope, and love.
They are people who have decided what kind of difference they are going to make… and they are making a difference.
Read a story from a friend of mine, Hannah, who traveled with us on our last trip to Cambodia. She chose what kind of difference she was going to make; she chose to be hope and light in an environment of total darkness. Read her story HERE.