Serving The Poor At A Medical Clinic

On Thursday Erin hosted a free medical clinic at a church called “House of Prayer for all the Nations.” This church is pastored by Luis Ovono Mba Añegue. Pastor Luis is a leader at our IBCP seminary Erin was helped by a national nurse who volunteers his time to aide his culture. Erin started the […]

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Rain Relief Arrives

On March 11 our 1,000 gallon rain water storage tank sprung a leak spilling all of our drinking and showering water on the ground. For the next four days we only had the water we already had carried into our house (about 20 gallons). No rain fell for four days. We were pretty stressed as he […]

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Investments In Technology That Benefit Missions

Purchasing technology for your missions work is an investment that has a high probability of paying dividends. Electronic gadgets are not the answer to every problem, but technology can advance your ministry and help a missionary more easily glorify God. Certainly, quality global discipleship work has been done and will continue to be done without […]

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A Little Water Emergency

As most of you know, when we arrived in EG, we installed a 1,000 gallon tank to catch the rain water off of our roof for drinking. Since the day we installed the tank there has been a slow leak. About a month ago the leak got heavier, to the point that our tank was down […]

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Erin Treats Over 250 Kids

Erin visited a local elementary school in a super-poor community on the outskirts of town. The elementary school serves a community which has no access to water: no wells, no communal faucets, no rivers, nothing. It should comes as no surprise, many of the kids have problems with intestinal parasites. Erin was able to provide […]

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