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Last week we personally witnessed the Prevention Program in action and the word used to desribe it with is WOW! We watched and listened as two of the workers from the program taught in a room with 92 parents. The
What an amazing week! Our friends from Canada are preparing to leave and we are sad to see them go. As always it was a life-giving adventure serving together. They have an on-going partnership with The Santiago Partnership where they
We said in one of our last posts that we would keep you informed and updated about the new program called the Intervention Program.
The program we have talked about in the past, the Prevention Program is in part,
This past week we had the pleasure of serving alongside Dr. Kristi Lundblad (Santiago Partnership volunteer) and a large team that came from the area of Chicago, Indiana and California to serve vulnerable children as well as others through a
During the early days of October, we helped host a team of pastors and church leaders from the Covenant’s East Coast Conference on a first-ever-for-Ecuador “Revision Trip.” A Revision Trip is a for pastors and lay leaders to visit on
This week we say “see you later” to our friend and co-laborer in ministry here in Ecuador with the Santiago Partnership, Annalea Egging. I (Kim) went to North Park University with her although we were in a different class. Who
This past week we served together once again in a Women’s Caravan in Unamuncho-Ambato, Ecuador. This is an area 2 and a half hours outside of the capital city of Quito. We worked in conjunction with the Covenant Women Ministries
The Santiago Partnership is proud to announce a new way to have fun Ecuadorian style, all for the benefit of At Risk Children and the Medically Underprivileged in Ecuador. Introducing the Santiago Partnership Fiesta Box! Let us know if you
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.