Even before we arrived to Ecuador June 15th, we already had a mission team who had arrived a couple of days previously from Coshocton Christian Tabernacle in Coshocton, OH. It was wonderful to have them as we had several of
Here’s what our bag situation looked like leading up to our trip to move back to Ecuador.
Then we moved back to Ecuador on June 15th and really everything went pretty smoothly especially considering the large amount of bags that
A little over a month ago our project had the opportunity to serve alongside a group dental students from Indiana University School of Dentistry. They come each year to work in the communities in and around Cayambe. This year the
As silly as this selfie looks…. here we go!
This my attempt to explain why I am now beardless. For those of you are thinking right now, “who cares???” or “why a reflection on something so trivial???”… I will
We are so happy to announce the acquisition of a 2016 Hyundai H1 12-passenger van that you see pictured here for the Home for At Risk Children. This van is such an incredible blessing for the project and especially the
For the last three years one of the Santiago Partnership Board members, Dr. Kristi Lundblad (pictured below in the first photo), has brought down a team to do pediatric medical caravans. Kristi and two audiologists have come down each year
Check out this article on the Covenant newswire that quotes Kim: https://covenantcompanion.com/2019/02/15/j2m-journey-in-midwest-conference-stirs-pain-hope/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+covchurch%2Fnews+%28Covenant+Newswire%29