William Jessup Univeristy

Give to Missions

Cambodia- Summer 2014

In May of 2014, this team will travel to work with Agape International Missions (http://agapewebsite.org/). Where they will work alongside the people of the organization to assist in any way they can in the fight against the tragedy of the sex-trafficking industry in Cambodia. They will do whatever is called upon them to do and show the love of Christ to young women & children who have seen very little true love in their lives. The team is excited to partner with AIM in any way they can to be life-giving to the staff & locals.

Here is a little about AIM:

Agape International Missions (AIM) has started over 600 Christ-centered, Bible teaching churches in Cambodia. Through these churches it has provided leadership training to thousands, and provided disaster relief, medical supplies and food to thousands more.

Since 2005 the ministries of AIM have been focused on ending the evil of child sexual slavery in Cambodia by providing transformational aftercare for victims and equipping the local church for prevention. An aftercare center, Agape Restoration Center, was opened in August of 2006, providing holistic long-term aftercare for rescued girls.