Category Archive for: Updates
October has brought many new faces to the ministry in Cayambe, and presented us with some new goals for the next couple of months. These new faces have settled into the closest thing we can call “routine” here. Many of you have asked us what a “day in the life” of ministry looks like here.
This is our translation of a letter our student in Word of Life in Argentina, David Garcia, asked me to send to you. In the letter, he expresses his thanks to the many of you who have helped support him financially and prayerfully during his first year of study. We also want to thank you
Many of you have been asking us how the VBS in Cangahuapungo went. We are happy to inform that it could not have gone better! The people received us very openly and were not only excited to see us, but repeatedly asked if we could come again! We had an average attendance of about 75
We just had one of the best weeks of VBS in Primero de Mayo that we’ve ever had and we couldn’t wait to tell you about it! The best way to get a good understanding of the work at VBS this year is to take a look at this photo album (or just click on
An Amazing Summer It’s been more than two months since we last sent out a formal update. This has been one of the most ministry packed summers we’ve ever had and it’s not over yet! We’ve received two teams, hosted an intern, family, and friends, and seen some amazing things happening in the ministry. One
Since we couldn’t fit much information about the park project in our newsletter, here’s a photo album that helps tell the story of the massive undertaking it was and what an incredible transformation took place. The project is still on going with several more phases for the park planned in the future such as a
As many of you know, the church-planting work in Cayambe was the vision of the Good Shepherd Church of El Quinche. This year, the daughter church went to visit the mother church for Resurrection Sunday. We loaded two buses of believers and visitors to make the 40 minute drive south. It was a great experience
David Garcia Scholarship David Garcia leaves for Argentina in only two weeks! Time is flying by and we have been working full-swing to help him get ready. He still has some vaccinations to get and some immigration paperwork to finish, but everything is coming into place very well. We wanted to give you an update
Jesus simply said, “Go, and make disciples.” But what does that look like in real life? Jesus didn’t have to explain a lot of detail to those who heard this great commission because they had already lived it. They had become disciples through living life with, and walking beside Jesus for 3 years. Today, as
One of the fundamental principles our ministry is built upon is discipleship. Investing in time, resources and effort in one person who will do the same for many more people. It is this concept of multiplication that brought incredible growth to the early church and what will bring lasting growth to the ministry in Ecuador.