Tag: Mission

Urgency

Friends, this post was first published in September of 2019. It should be clear that all these theologians believe in the same gospel; that the first priority of the church is to take the gospel to all men everywhere; the man’s eternal destiny is… Continue Reading “Urgency”

Bolon De Verde, Fried Green Plantain Balls

Bolon de verde or fried green plantain balls Yield: For 6-8 people Bolon de verde are green plantain dumplings stuffed with cheese, chorizo or chicharrones and fried until crispy. Ingredients 4 green plantains, peeled and cut in medium sized chunks 4-5 tbs butter or… Continue Reading “Bolon De Verde, Fried Green Plantain Balls”

Willachina, Tapuykuna, Chimbapurana, Killpichirina, Paktachina (Indigenous Justice)

In Ecuador there are two systems of justice. Indigenous Justice is an ancient practice of restorative justice and it is used in place of Cvil Justice from time to time. Today’s podcast is all about Indigenous Justice.   The Indigenous system is far from… Continue Reading “Willachina, Tapuykuna, Chimbapurana, Killpichirina, Paktachina (Indigenous Justice)”

Peace

Again Jesus said, “Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.” John 20:21 We are sent with a purpose and mission far greater than we ever plan or imagine. Jesus sends us on a mission which echoes his… Continue Reading “Peace”

Urgency

It should be clear that all these theologians believe in the same gospel; that the first priority of the church is to take the gospel to all men everywhere; that man’s eternal destiny is involved; and that the task of the church is an… Continue Reading “Urgency”

Throwback To A Young Family

Throwback To A Friend On An Adventure

Love, The Downing Family

Throwback To A Girl And A Cuy

Love, The Downing Family  

Fertilizer

We invite you to watch this video and consider sponsoring a child in Ecuador! Click here to learn more about the Children of Promise sponsorship program. Love, The Downing Family

Eating Bugs

In the Sierra after the first rain of the rainy season you will see little holes in the ground. The holes are made by beetles coming up to the surface. When this happens people collect them early in the morning. Ecuadorians will eat the… Continue Reading “Eating Bugs”

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