Providing HOPE to impoverished Cambodian children. Helping change the future of these rescued children through proper care, nutrition, education and discipleship.

At a Glance

By showing the LOVE OF GOD to these children, we are investing in the future SPREAD OF THE GOSPEL all throughout Cambodia and beyond! Learn More »
100 Children Served
15 In-Country Staff
2012 Year established

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There are so many ways you can help us serve orphans in Cambodia. your financial support and prayers help make our mission possible!

Our Mission

To rescue oppressed children through sharing the love of Christ in providing a way out of the hopeless situation found in migrant construction sites and slum communities.  To provide these rescued children with proper care and education, discipling them in the love of God, in the hope that they will become the indigenous missionaries of tomorrow.

To rescue women wishing to leave the sex trade industry by providing them with shelter, nutrition and employment opportunities.

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News + Updates

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas + video

Merry Christmas from the kids! Today, because of advocates like you, children all over the world have hope, health, happiness, and family. From all of us, thank you and Merry Christmas! Your Lifesong family   Related Posts Continue Reading »

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Meet David | Cambodia

Your prayerful support helps take the hope of the gospel to children in need. Meet one of those children. David is the son of migrant construction workers from Myanmar. He has been a part of Pastor Vino’s church and learning center for the past year. In addition to growing physically and mentally through the [...] Continue Reading »

Arriving in Takeo from Phnom Penh

Next Generation Leaders | Cambodia Update

Enjoy this update from our Cambodia team– In our learning center in Bangpli, Thailand, one of the main goals is developing young leaders that have a heart for reaching their own community. The kids are given responsibilities that not only affect the other children at the learning center–but their families [...] Continue Reading »

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