I’m twelve hours returned from a quarterly trip to Indonesia, the locale of our Compassion First field operations and one of the very few solution bearing resources for child trafficking survivors in that country. I couldn’t be more proud of the work that they are doing and the progress they are making. In the last year our team has incorporated a partnered law enforcement training program while progressing our primary services of aftercare for child trafficking survivors. The last couple of days for me were spent among a staff that is carefully and confidently moving a young operation into its effective future along with a group of amazing and vibrant girls who are thriving as a result. Even as I departed, our staff was case managing a rescue taking place almost a thousand miles away and preparing for the subsequent intake sure to happen as a result.
The leadership of Becky Davis is core to our success. This comes as no surprise for those who have known, worked with, and been served by Becky over the years. She is a stabilizing presence, a voice of guidance, and a great friend to so many of us. For the last three years, she has served well outside of her comfort zone in a very challenging environment.
Recently, Becky took an extended break that was purposed only for much needed rest. She spent very little of her time at home doing any support raising. While any missionary deployment has its own unique challenges, Becky’s assignment is particularly challenging and provides little in terms of opportunity to raise support.
So I’m asking for your help on her behalf.
Everything we are able to do is due to the generosity of others through private donations and regular support. Our expats live modestly and they work very hard. If you know Becky Davis, I would like to ask you to partner with her in her work on a monthly basis. The link below will assist you in doing so. Please know that we are so grateful for all of you who pray for our work and support it so generously.