By Anilal M. Jose, Asia Gateway Missions Training
What a difference a week can make. An immersion in a rural setting in a faraway land similar to my own has helped me in rediscovering and reformulating my objectives in life and ministry.
My field exposure trip to Cambodia between the 11th and 18th of July 2015 has impacted me in more ways than one.
It was wonderful to be reminded of the relationship between India and Cambodia that started in the ancient days and still continues. The two countries are now collaboratively reconstructing a demolished temple complex.
And it was enlightening yet humbling to witness a groom and his bride washing each other’s feet at a two-day wedding celebration. An unscheduled visit to the killing fields and the museum evoked pain, agony, questions and realisation about the sinful nature of humans.
But thank God, the country is moving forward and becoming a ‘living field’ today.
Read full report: A journey of discovery in Cambodia