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Cambodia – October 2008 – “this little girl asked me to buy her shampoo because her lice is so bad”. – photo by Natalie Montgomery     Cambodia – October 2008 – “prayer for healing in the clinic at the slum” in Phnom Penh. – photo by Natalie Montgomery     Philippi…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
Cambodia – October 2008 – “this little girl asked me to buy her shampoo because her lice is so bad”. – photo by Natalie Montgomery
 
 
Cambodia – October 2008 – “prayer for healing in the clinic at the slum” in Phnom Penh. – photo by Natalie Montgomery
 
 
Philippines – October 2008 – Michael Angelo, a “child who was just sold into sex slavery,” in a slum in Manila.  – photo by Marisa Banas
 
 
Cambodia  – October 2008 –  putting a smile on the face of a child…and thus the love of Christ. – photo from Marissa Pratt
 
Cambodia – October 2008 – Team SANITY at Angkor Wat – Photo from Kimberly Daniels
 
 
Cambodia – October 2008 – In the Tuol Che slum in Phnom Penh. – photo by Natalie Montgomery
 
Cambodia – October 2008 – Jump rope in Tuol Che slum in Phnom Penh. – photo by Natalie Montgomery
Myanmar – November 2008 – “Here’s an image that will stay with me forever…we spend one day visiting two villages in the Irrawaddy Delta, where Cyclone Nargis hit a mere six months ago…This photo was taken as we [Team V-Fusion] were leaving this village after spending time playing with children and giving out what felt like the smallest gift I’ve ever given…noodles, soap and candles.” – photo by Katie Rowlandlcome to the TOP PHOTOS BLOG fo
Location unknown – November 2008 – photo by Kimberly Daniels (i think)
 
Myanmar – November 2008 – “My teammate Zach was a big hit with the children. He was a magic, living toy. I loved watching him come alive with the children. He has a heart of gold. Sometimes I would just look over at him and just feel the passion that he felt for these parent-less children. One thing I did learn in Myanmar is that the people don’t hug. But, if you hug any one of the kids, just one time, they keep coming to you wanting to be held.” – photo by Natalie Montgomery
 
Myanmar – November 2008 – “The people of the villages followed us everywhere. People stared at us like we were aliens, and to them we were. Many of the people had never seen white skin before. We really scared the little ones. Some of the kids would cry and run into their homes. Few people are even educated enough to have ever heard the name Jesus.” – photo by Natalie Montgomery
 
Myanmar – November 2008 – Racer Tara Stephenson…somewhere in Myanmar. – photo by Katie Rowland
 
 
Thailand – November 2008 – Racers Rusty Jackson and Matt Snyder, on the last night of the Jan. ’08 World Race. – photo by Kimberly Daniels
 
 
Thailand – November 2008 – “this is the way we roll – machete’s balanced on our heads.”, near Kanchanaburi – photo from Tara Bruce
 
 
Thailand or Myanmar – November 2008 – “Learning to be a mom at 7…” – photo by Tara Bruce
 
 
Thailand or Myanmar – November 2008 – “I love this picture of [racer] Shanda [Dodd].” – photo by Tara Bruce
 
 
Cambodia – November 2008 – “Rubbish Mountain” – photo by Natalie Montgomery 

Comments (4)

  • Thanks for posting these pictures, Seth. These pictures are heartbreaking, inspiring, and challenging. Do you think it’s okay if I print them out, frame them, and hang them on my office wall? Would be a great discussion starter with my clients and a constant reminder of the main purpose of my business. I will give credit where photography credit is due I’m willing to ask permission of each photographer if you think I should.

  • Dear Dadi Seth,
    These are wonderful pictures.
    Every Picture tells us big story.
    We are praying for you,your family,your ministry,your country,your ministry finance and all your schedules.
    With love and blessings.
    Emmanuel Sadiq

  • Wow…
    What stunning pictures! What an amazing way to start a Sunday morning before heading to worship. Thanks for posting them.
    Kind of a sad statement of these kids’ reality, though, that I had to explain to my 10 year old daughter who was looking at the pics with me what a sex slave was…Help us Jesus! Help us help them…the least of these.

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I'm motivated to join God in his global reclamation project. He's on the move, setting his sons and daughters free from their places of captivity. And he's partnering with those of us who have been freed to go and free others.



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