This March, Tearfund is taking three UK bloggers to Cambodia to visit communities living in poverty that are being transformed through the local church.
The three bloggers were chosen by a panel of judges, including Krish Kandiah, executive director of the Evangelical Alliance, and Baptist minister Richard Littledale.
The trio — designer Rich Wells, writer Anita Mathias and advocacy manager Danny Webster — were chosen to visit the developing nation, along with a team from Tearfund, as part of a storytelling trip.
They are to chronicle the lives of the communities and the challenges that the people living there overcome each day.
The trip is part of Tearfund’s See for Yourself initiative, which allows supporters to follow a community in Asia, Africa or Latin America, and watch as their donations transform lives before their eyes through regular photo, video, email and prayer updates.
Mr Kandiah said, ‘Bloggers can change the way people view the world. We hope these bloggers can use their skills to help many people see the country and people of Cambodia through God’s eyes’.