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A candle sitting on a casket at a Khmer Christian funeral in Cambodia

Weeping May Endure for a Night

Much of the time, life in Cambodia bears a lot of similarities to life in the West, in spite of its differences. It’s nothing like the old jungle mission stories, where reclusive jungle tribes thought of the newly-developing field of electronics as magic, and any white people were thought of as baby-eaters. To the contrary, internet access is just as

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A candle sitting on a casket at a Khmer Christian funeral in Cambodia

Weeping May Endure for a Night

Much of the time, life in Cambodia bears a lot of similarities to life in the West, in spite of its differences. It’s nothing like the old jungle mission stories, where reclusive jungle tribes thought of the newly-developing field of electronics as magic, and any white people were thought of as baby-eaters. To the contrary, internet access is just as

Read More »

About Me

My name is Jared Ratcliff, and I am a young adult, youth camp counselor, and English teacher. But… I guess you came for more than that. When I first started this blog, I described here the beautiful setting of my home in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. But then, in the summer of 2020, I boarded a plane, and two flights and a road trip later, I arrived in my new home in the mountains of Mondulkiri, Cambodia. . .

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