At Spout Springs Church, we believe in doing things that matter, whether its collecting sweats for the local rape crisis center, a drive for 5n2 Food Pantry, or traveling to the other side of the world to fight human trafficking.
Sentinel Challenge (5K & Community Fair)[vc_column_texWe have partnered with Hard Places Community (HPC) since 2015 to raise awareness and money for the work they do. We continue to partner with them because we believe in the mission of HPC, which is to see justice prevail, pain redeemed, hope reborn, and life restored in the hearts of those the world deems to be the most broken.[/vc_column_text]
How Doing Things That Matter Can Impact Your Life
Listen to how working with Hard Places has impacted the lives of Adam and Nicole when working in Cambodia in 2020.
Making a Real Difference at Home
As the shelter-in-place orders came down, we realized our local food bank had a huge need. Our church stepped up–HUGE at the Five N Two Food Pantry!
Making a Real Difference Around the World
In another great victory for Justice, an American man was sentenced to 8 years in a Cambodian prison this month. He was found guilty of purchasing a child for prostitution, rape with aggravating circumstance, and child pornography. One of his victims was a dear boy from our Siem Reap street program.
We had the incredible privilege of partnering with the FBI in this case as well, in addition to partnering with a fabulous investigator on the ground (who remains anonymous for his safety.) Thank you, thank you to all who worked so hard to stop the abuse and bring this pedophile in.
Cambodia Missions Team
The Cambodia Missions Team reports back on an eventful, life-changing trip.
Faith in Action
This sermon powerfully explains why we have a responsibility to do things that matter.