To see broken lives made whole and the fainthearted living brave lives, full of hope and love, and having the skills and courage to bring this transformation and brave hope to others.
Bringing hope and love of God to the destitute as Brave Ministry is a faith-based team
To alleviate the suffering of disadvantaged people in Cambodia in practical ways and offer hope, love and courage to the ailing and those in despair.
“Transforming lives together” – Through partnerships, raising awareness, by serving as a facilitator with other local NGO’s and by working together, we can better serve those in need than we could do on our own.
Brave Ministry was birthed out of the vision that God gave Melinda, to fill the gaps where the destitute have fallen through and to keep unity in the body of Christ as believers in Christ have differing perspectives, values, gifts, passions, and personalities. God has called us to be unified in the faith and Brave Ministry seeks unity through partnerships.
To heal brokenness into wholeness and to see lives transformed by being the hands and feet of Christ and serving the destitute by meeting their basic needs in practical ways.
Brave Ministry provides practical solutions that will transform those who are desperate, destitute and in despair to once again have a sense of hope that they can live a brave and courageous life. We address the immediate needs, of those we serve, related to basic survival, health care, education and job creation.
Brave Ministry was founded by Melinda Lim. Having volunteered in Cambodia since 2011, she was involved in various projects and was committed to going back at least 3 times a year.
She felt called to Cambodia as a full time missionary 5 years ago and has been planted there since. Having worked alongside the last, lost and the least for many years, mostly in the slum communities and poor villages, Melinda saw many destitute falling through the gaps causing them to be in the unreached people group.
She wants them to encounter Jesus in a tangible manner and she believes that love is an action. Her heart is to love them in practical ways and to work closely and co-operatively with underprivileged villages, slum communities, rural villages, and prisons.
She addresses their practical requirements such as clean drinking water (including digging wells, installing water pumps and providing water filters), solar lights and other daily necessities.