Freedom Blog - April 2011

"Songkum" and Rapha House

Written by Kerry Decker | Monday, April 25, 2011

hope[Editor’s note: I wrote this during a recent trip to Cambodia.]

While here in Cambodia, I attended an anti-trafficking conference in Phnom Penh. On the last evening, some from our team went to a riverfront restaurant where two former Rapha girls met us for dinner. The next day, they joined us for the trip back to our shelter so they could spend a few days with their friends at Rapha before returning to Phnom Penh with us.

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Religious Freedom at Rapha House

Written by Kerry Decker | Monday, April 11, 2011

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At Rapha House, we believe in religious freedom. All Rapha girls equally benefit from all our programs and services regardless of what they believe. We value religious freedom. And we practice religious freedom.

However, we understand that there is another side to the freedom coin. Our girls are also free to decide to become Christians, if that’s what they want. And many choose to do so.

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