Cambodian Call by Charis Crowley

Cambodian Call

Charis Crowley Writes a Journalist Who Thinks Missionaries Should Leave

Dear Sir: It was with great interest that I read your account of your three memorable visits to Ratanakiri province in Cambodia.

Ratanakiri is my home. My family has lived there for nine years now, and I lived there for six. I am currently attending college here in the States while my parents and siblings remain in Cambodia. I enjoyed hearing you describe places so familiar and loved. Ratanakiri truly is a wonderful province with much potential, and my heart will always be there.

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Charis Crowley is the daughter of Baptist missionaries and is currently a nursing student at a Christian university in the Southeast.

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