Steps of Justice will be leading three trips throughout 2018 focusing on common-sense ways to address the injustices facing the Cambodian people. We will be following out Jesus’ call to serve the poor, downtrodden and oppressed, as laid out in Matthew 25.
“I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.” – Matthew 25:35-36 (ESV).
In 2017, 40 people joined three trips to Cambodia to help meet the needs of the world’s poor and oppressed. For many, this trip became a life-defining moment. As we return to Cambodia every year, we are continuously met with humbling and eye-opening experiences. This year, we will be hosting three trips with the same mission: to walk in obedience, and do our best to carry out Christ’s call to action in Matthew 25.
Steps of Justice combines active outreach with justice education and a strong emphasis on respecting and understanding the communities that we serve. If you join one of our 2018 trips to Cambodia, you can take part in a wide range of eye-opening activities that will help you understand the causes and solutions of chronic injustice. You will also actively take part in small steps toward creating a more just and Christ-like world.
Here are just some of the ways that Steps of Justice teams will be making a difference in Cambodia this year:
- Home building: If you join our April 2018 trip, you will have the opportunity to take part in building a home for a family in need.
- Sanitation clinics: We actively work in some of Phnom Penh’s poorest neighborhoods, running sanitation clinics and handwashing programs for local youth.
- House calls and prayer walks: The Steps of Justice teams will be participating in home visits, prayer walks and food distribution events this year.
- Children’s ministry: We are proud to partner with our friends at the Children at Risk Ministry. Our 2018 team members will have the opportunity to participate in their programming.
- Reinvesting in the community: A key component of our approach to ministry is that we invest and reinvest in the communities we serve. We will be visiting restaurants operated by local NGOs, and shop at places where goods are made by former sex slaves.
We are always looking for new team members to join us on our journeys to the beautiful Kingdom of Cambodia, and to share in these transformational experiences with us. If you would like to learn more about joining a trip to Cambodia with Steps of Justice, visit https://www.stepsofjustice.org/go/cambodia-trips/ today!