5 Things I Learned Living Abroad

By: Megan Wall

In the Spring of 2017, I had the pleasure of living in the beautiful country of Cambodia for two months. Part of an organization in Kona, Hawaii called YWAM , I traveled and lived with 11 other people that were in my DTS – Fire and Fragrance. My time with these lovely souls, and with YWAM as a whole, was an incredibly stretching and beautiful season – one that has helped shape me into the person I am, as well as the person I’m continually striving to become. While I’ve only been overseas for a short season of my life (so far), my two months in Cambodia taught me SO much about love, community, and walking in boldness. Watch the video below to hear about 5 things I learned living abroad!

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Learn more about The Red Road Foundation and their last jazz and sushi dining experience held to raise funds for their farm and safe home project in Cambodia.

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The amazing sushi dinner was catered and donated by Montana’s Best SaketoMe Sushi.

red25 The Vice President of The Red Road Foundation educates guests on the foundation’s progress and goals in Cambodia.

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Amazing, fresh sashimi platter by, Montana’s best SaketoMe Sushi.

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An event guest sharing her support and love for The Red Road Foundation.

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Image board of the community being built in Cambodia labeled, “Help Us Color Their World”

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Excited guests request a picture with the Vice President.

 red14Guests with Marci Jones, The Red Roads Foundations dazzling event coordinator.  red1

Guests are welcomed and served cocktails and appetizers.

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Vice president and event coordinator share a happy moment for their success!