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Ecuador – July 21 || Bryan

Posted in 2014 Ecuador, Trip Blogs on July 21st, 2014

Today, July 21st, was our first full day in Esmeraldas. It was a beautiful day, a little hot due to the fact that we are by the equator, but it’s bearable. We began our day with a tasty egg filled breakfast anticipating the following VBS at El Salvador …


Ecuador – July 20 || Michaela

Posted in 2014 Ecuador, Trip Blogs on July 20th, 2014

Sometimes changes and subtle and take you by surprise. Other changes you see almost immediately. The trip from Quito to Esmeraldas was one of stark contrast. Quito is a huge bustling city. People walk with purpose to work or school. As we traveled clos …

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MedTeam – July 17-18 || Matthew T

Posted in 2014 Medical Team, Trip Blogs on July 20th, 2014

Thursday and Friday marked a two-day period of rest, clean up, and re-gearing in between traveling and hosting medical clinics. We returned to the Terrells’ house on Wednesday night very exhausted, yet very content. After spending 6 nights in a dense, …

Quote-Lorianne.BarclayThe children of Ecuador stole my heart, and yet, I carried doubts of how much impact we really had when they were so young. God answered that prayer on the last day at the camp. A mother came up to me in tears saying (in Spanish), “Thank you for loving my son… thank you! I have seen the love of Jesus!” It made me realize you never know who is watching. Perhaps actions do speak louder than words after all.”

– Lorianne from OR, Ecuador team member