Sister Olga Ramos Marcano reports about a recent short-term mission trip her team made to the Dominican Republic. Here is what she says “This short-term mission has made us more sensitive to the needs of others, including the people around us…. Our relationship with others cannot be the same. We will strive to be better human being; treat those around us with love, respect, better understanding, patience and be more tolerant.”
Ketly and Vital Pierre work in the East Coast of the Dominican Republic to strengthen local churches and encourage existing churches to plant new ones and disciple new members.
A team of seven individuals named “The Lion Chasers” from Rye (CO) was originally heading to Kukra Hill in Nicaragua earlier in June, to continue to support a sister congregation. Plans changed and the team headed to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, to work along side two global servants, Rev. Vital & Kelly Pierre.
All it takes is $1 a day for the education for a child in the D.R. But for many families it is a struggle to afford therequired school uniforms, supplies and monthly fees. The Student Tuition Expense Program makes it possible for the children to attend school every day.
Haitian families work in sugar cane fields to earn a living. Most of the workers dream of a better future for their children. The Student Tuition Expense Program makes it possible for 75 students in kindergarten through eighth grade to have books, backpacks, uniforms, other school supplies and nutritious lunches.