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Tagged With: IPEE

Annual Meeting and Jungle Trip

It was so wonderful to just be getting back from a trip with my boss through Serve Globally, Eugenio Restrepo, to both attend the Covenant’s Annual Meeting here in Ecuador in the area of Santo Domingo as well as make …

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75 years of Serving Together!

A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated 75 years of Service Together as IPEE (the Covenant Church of Ecuador) celebrated it’s 75th anniversary in the Annual Meeting of the national church.  It was a wonderful time of being together as

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Joel and Rolando’s First Ever Podcast

Joel and Rolando were recently interviewed on the Social Enterprise Podcast for the work we do in Ecuador.  Please listen here when you have some time:

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Signing for a new future

About a month ago, our Ecuadorian leadership of the project signed a new agreement to work hand-in-hand with the Ecuadorian government in our ministry of the Home for At Risk Children as well as we extended our agreement to continue

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Our Project 2018 Year in Review by Numbers

The goal of our home for at risk children is reunification of children with their families and just before Christmas 6 children were able to go home to their families, just in time for Christmas!

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Reflection from Kim on the Women’s Caravan

Yesterday marked the completion of the first Women’s Holistic Medical Caravan in wonderful collaboration of the Women’s Ministry of the Covenant Church of Ecuador, the Santiago Partnership, Covenant missionaries from the States and Sweden, and volunteers from Ecuador, the United

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Opening the Home for At Risk Children

These are exciting days for the Santiago Partnership. This past Wednesday was the first day of work for the employees of the Home. It included a lot of introductions, explanations about our organizations, systems and structures and a tour of

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Thank you Canada!

Doing Partnership the Canadian way!  Our friends from the Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada are back again this year and are doing partnership in Ecuador in a new way.  We came together with a Pastoral Interchange with pastors from Canada

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A New President is elected

A week ago, Simeon and I (Joel) traveled to the Covenant Campgrounds in Santo Domingo in order to attend IPEE’s (The Covenant Church of Ecuador) Annual Meeting.  This is the season of elections and so this is the case with

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IWU Nursing Team

We are committed to education in Ecuador. This past week we hosted a team of nursing students from Indiana Wesleyan University, the first group of nursing students to visit and work with our project. They were a fabulous team

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