At age 42, after working closely with Americans for over twelve years, Sarin has finally crossed the Cambodian border and landed half way around the globe for a chance to see a small slice of America. His trip is being sponsored by Spitler School, Global ADE, and the Amazing Grace Spiritual Center. All of these organizations are providing vital educational programs to children in Cambodia.
Sarin’s trip includes time in Seattle, where he is speaking at churches and schools and donor groups. He was also able to spend three days in Arizona where a reception was held in his honor. The reception gave Sarin the opportunity to meet almost three dozen ardent supports of his work at Spitler School. In addition to this reception Danny and Pam Spitler took Sarin for a whirlwind tour of Arizona with stops at the Grand Canyon, Prescott, Sedona, and the historic mining town of Jerome. Sarin says “America is Beautiful.” When we consider all that generous Americans have done to help the children of Cambodia, we couldn’t agree more.