We are a haven
for orphan children,
families living with AIDS,
and destitute elderly women.
In 1957, Norman and Marie Ens began to pastor a small church in rural Saskatchewan. Their hearts were already set on serving overseas and in 1960 they were appointed by the Christian and Missionary Alliance as missionaries to the nation of Cambodia.
They boarded a ship in the fall and after 7 long weeks at sea, they arrived in Cambodia in February 1961 exactly 60 years ago.
Take a moment and enjoy this video of memories from a remarkable journey through 60 years of time! God has been and always will be, faithful!
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:30–31
JESUS is most important at the Rescue Centres. Without Him, we can do nothing. Without love, all we do is worthless. (1 Cor. 13) We teach everyone that Jesus loves them very much and that He is worthy of our love. We encourage those who care for the children, grannies, and AIDS patients to let them know that they are loved. We encourage the children to love each other.