Ep. 50: Interview with Don Brewster, Founder of Agape International Missions, Cambodia

In Cambodia, thousands of children are victims of sexual exploitation every year. Svay Pak, a poor fishing village near Cambodia’s capital city of Phnom Penh, is particularly notorious. In this community, children are regularly trafficked from neighboring countries, kidnapped from rural areas, and sold by impoverished family members. But in the midst of this oppression, there is hope. Through Christ-centered rescue and restoration, Don Brewster is proving that lives and communities can be transformed.

In the modern day abolition movement, there are few seasoned experts in the fight against commercial sexual exploitation, but Don Brewster and his wife, Bridget, have been serving on the front lines for ten years. After learning the undeniable truth about the situation and the plight of countless victims, the Brewsters were compelled to take action. They sold their home, quit their jobs, and moved to Cambodia with a team where they developed Agape International Missions (AIM) because “One girl is too many. One day is too long.” —Don Brewster