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News from the Camp in Santo Domingo

Posted by on August 20, 2014


We finally had the opportunity to go see our good friends the Rochas…. Rueben, Amparo, Lisseth, Maria, Mayra, Jeymi, Caren and Rubi, at the Covenant Campgrounds in Santo Domingo this past week.  We’ve been wanting to get out to see them since we arrived in Ecuador but haven’t had the opportunity because of our incredibly busy schedules.  It was a blessing and a true joy to be able to spend a couple of days with them.  And we were reminded of how difficult the conditions can be a the camp yet they were so hard to accomplish everything that is needed for the ministry to thrive and do well!

We were excited to be able to see first hand the progress that is being made on the improvements at the camp!  We were especially excited to see the new main pavilion that is going up to hold worship services and conferences.  Take a look at the pictures below to get a glimpse!



The new main pavilion being constructed.


In the process of building a newly renovated kitchen, they are utilizing this space for a provisional kitchen until the new one is built.


The older pavilion which will now be utilized primarily as the dining hall and the covered area where people can go to get their food from the kitchen.


Camp Administrator Ruben Rocha standing in front of the new main pavilion.


This is where the old out-dated kitchen used to be and is now been opened up as more free space, today being utilized for laundry services.

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Any body want to come down and help us with our construction at the camp in Santo Domingo???  One last picture… here’s Simeon’s highlight of his time at the camp… catching a chicken!!!
















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