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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
I’m so sorry it has taken me so long to post this update! We’ve been a bit busy these past couple few weeks with packing for Ecuador, moving to Ecuador and then jumping right into a mission team once we
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
Recently, our project in Ecuador held another women’s medical caravan; this time in the amazon, also called the jungle region of the country. This week’s team was made up of Ecuadoran doctors (including doctors from our clinic in Cayambe), missionary
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
You can see the GoFundMe Page here: Training for a 10k for 15 Good Reasons
During this year of Home Assignment Kim and I have been intentional in making changes in our lives to be healthier in many senses of
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
Recently a new resource was distributed through the Evangelical Covenant Church and Covenant World Relief which is called Kids Helping Kids: Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
Through the Kids Helping Kids resource, children will learn from and be inspired by children