Change starts with this generation. But here's what we need to know when there are set-backs.
I went to a rural church to follow-up with a group of Alongsiders, and I asked them how they chose their little brothers and sisters from all the children in the community. One of the young women started to cry as she answered...
"I want to work in Korea", he said
The principles we draw on to build resilience are useful for every parent, and any person working with children.
What does it take to create a comic book simple enough for a semi-literate child to understand, but profound enough to spark change in that child's life?
Grassroots leaders in Cambodia are using an innovative approach to training...
Keeping a movement growing and thriving is not an easy task. But these two leaders have figured some things out...
There are extraordinary people hidden just out of sight at the margins of society.
You'll be encouraged to see the significant progress a group of Alongsiders and their little brothers and sisters have made after four months...
How do we change? This year many resolutions will fail because we lack an answer for this question, so here's a simple, encouraging lesson from a young woman in Cambodia.
Was Jesus vulnerable? Not merely in the cute, helpless way that every baby is vulnerable, but vulnerable in the way that children in Allepo, Syria are vulnerable to violence?
Today almost 80 percent of Cambodians live in rural communities, but within 15 years the majority of Cambodians (60 percent) will be living in cities.
A few days ago, at our staff retreat, some of our staff responded to a simple question: What encourages you most about the ministry of Alongsiders? Here are some of their replies.
What happens when an Alongsider mentor begins to live out the gospel?
How do we begin to address brokenness, violence, alcoholism and neglect within families?
Something powerful happens when hundreds of young people gather together for camp...
Narith is slow to reveal the details of his story, especially the challenges in his life, as though they are commonplace and hardly worth mentioning.
We work with local churches. If you’re nodding your head, or shaking it in concern, keep reading. Some of our reasons may surprise you.
A disabled girl and her struggle for education teaches us some important lessons about vulnerability.
When Serey heard about Neang’s announcement, she went to ask some questions... What would she truly love to do that she felt she might be good at?