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…
This is part confession part praise. I (Timothy) just spent five days in Tonsupa to nail down some details for our upcoming Seminary intensive week. As I arrived in Tonsupa I had in mind many problems that needed solutions before I returned to my family in Quito. How will we feed our students? Where will […]Read More …And God Smiled
This week we had the privilege of traveling to the coastal jungle to meet the Carapungo Church for a baptism celebration. Each Baptism candidate gave a testimony before they entered the water. Each testimony was beautiful and a celebration of the Newness of life that only Christ can give. It is so exciting to be […]Read More Going Down to The River Again
This year we began the process of reimagining the training program that serves the Church of God in Ecuador. We spent the previous year listening to many students currently in the Seminisry program, church leaders and Pastors. We listened to their ideas, their concerns, their hopes, dreams and needs. We were blessed to be able […]Read More Exciting Seminary News!
A quick word to our supporters: Thank you so much for your partnership this year! We wish we could share with you in person our gratitude that you have joined us on this journey. We have always considered our effort in ministry a team effort and we are proud to be part of your team. […]Read More Our Year-In-Review
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Part of the adventure of living as a missionary in Ecuador is the journey to various ministry sites. We had the privileged of visiting the Church of God in Pisambilla last week. With excitement we discussed an ongoing building project with the Pastor and the possibility of having a work-camp at his Church (this would […]Read More Along For The Ride