We see them. We see the gripping photos of children and parents separated from each other on the U.S. southern border. Our hearts are broken. We also hear the political arguments and the unhelpful moral grandstanding. We see the social media posts, some from truly thoughtful people and some from people who seem highly concerned […]Read More Heart Broken
Time seems to move faster on the Equator! Our last few weeks have been packed with wounderful experiences. We had intended to post these updates in separate posts but we simply have not had the time to sit down at a coumputer until now. If you read this post really fast it will help you […]Read More A Celebration, A Baptism & A Few Things In-Between! ¡Una celebración, un bautismo y algunas cosas intermedias!
Each year the Ecuadorian Church offers intensive classes through our Seminary program. These classes have been very beneficial for the leadership of our churches. Each intensive course has given the Eucadorian Church to hear from excellent Professors from all over the world. We are excited to announce our Professors for intensive week! We are happy […]Read More Seminary News! ¡Noticias Del Seminario!
And the light shines on in the darkness, but the darkness has not mastered it. -John 1:5 We love Easter! Of course as followers of Christ we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on a daily basis but there is just something extra special about the gathering together of God’s people in celebration on Resurrection Sunday. […]Read More John 1:5 / Juan 1:5
Yesterday we attended Palm Sunday services. We have always loved this time of year. In the United States typically children would be employed to wave palm branches in the beginning of the service. Here in Ecuador that practice has been outlawed due to environmental concerns. Sometimes we miss pastoring. Timothy always loved preaching especially during […]Read More Be The Donkey! ¡Sé el burro!
This week we had the honor of going to one of Ecuador’s beautiful national parks. We went to Jerusalem Bosque Protector near the Capital city of Quito. We loved the beauty and tranquility but we enjoyed the reason for our visit even more. The Mount of Olives Congregation located in Cangahua high up the Cayambe […]Read More Baptisms In Jerusalem
Our supporters are the best! Over the years we have heard the words “just tell us what you need and we will be glad to help.” Today we would like to tell you want we need. We have two projects that are designed to help our Brothers and Sisters in the Ecuadorian Chruch. One project […]Read More We Need Your Help To…