pastoral symposium

words by chris

 

Amazingly, fifty-five pastors filed into the sanctuary punctually and ended their conversations promptly. These men and women were here to listen and learn; to ask difficult questions of the church, society and of the ancient texts.

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new giving opportunities

Hey Friends!  We have two great giving opportunities to share with you!

First of all, we would like to invite you to be a part of giving to a fund that will go to support pastoral retreats for IPEE pastor’s

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prophets of a future not our own

words by jenny

As an undergrad at North Park University, I had the opportunity to take a couple classes at the seminary, under an African scholar named Kazi Joshua.  I would walk into Nyvall Hall to sit in a small

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Remembering the Disappeared: God´s presence in absence

words by Chris

Thursday August 30th marked the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances. Being a victim of disappearance, or a family member of a victim of disappearance, holds a particular place here in South America. From

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so long, summer interns

At the beginning of August, we said “hasta luego” to the Global Partnership summer interns that we have been working with this summer.  Zach and Abegale spent 2 months in Ecuador this summer learning and partnering with us and La

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welcome home

“Welcome home”, he said as he folded our navy blue passports and handed them back to us. The beginning of July saw us on a red-eye flight back to the US to spend some much needed vacation time with family

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the fullness of life lately

words by jenny

well, hello there.  I feel like we have been very MIA from communication lately and for that we apologize.  I think I am still trying to figure out the most effective way to be consistant about communication. 

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ministerio de mentoría: the growth of a vision to care for pastors

words by chris

As many of you may recall, way back in 2013 we began a journey to return to Ecuador. That invitation was based on a perceived need by our sisters and brothers in Ecuador to take better care

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interns!

words by jenny

This summer we are going to have the privilege to work with two Serve Globally Interns.  We are excited about this opportunity to share life and Ecuador with two young people who are exploring their call

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Mujeres!

Almost a week since I have been home after participating in another Women’s Holistic Health Caravan weeks. It has been such an honor and a privilege for me to be a part of these weeks organized by my friend and

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