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Kay Turner will soon leave for Kampong Thom, Cambodia marking her fourth trip. She will teach English at Clever Child International (CCIS) and will work with the children at the Shelter of Love, a children's home for 55 neglected, disadvantaged and orphaned Cambodian children). She will again serve with retired missionary, Sue Singleton, who founded CCIS and the Shelter. Turner says she is thankful for the love, prayers, and financial support from Rock Creek Baptist Church in Nashville. Pictured above with Turner is Pastor of Rock Creek Baptist, Dr. Blake Dempsey. For more information on the Shelter, visit www.shelteroflove.org. (Contributed photo)


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