Building the Kingdom, one child at a time

Building the Kingdom, one child at a time

Imagine being a mom in the jungle of Ecuador. You earn a minimum wage of $270 per month for a regular 40 hour work week. You hope your child will one day have a different and more fulfilling life than the one you have had. You dream of a better future. You see it on...
PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (5)

PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (5)

All good things must come to an end, including building projects. Although we had a great time building a wooden house for a missionary family coming to work with Jungle Kids for Christ, it was also nice to finish the work and have the joy of a job well done. Here are...
PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (4)

PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (4)

Few things say “we’re on a jungle mission trip” more than monkeys and macaws. Like you might expect, Ecuador is filled with all sorts of exotic animals that aren’t normally found in the United States. Here are a few shots I had fun taking....
PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (3)

PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (3)

Apparently, mission trips are hard work. We had a great time on the building site in Ecuador as we helped construct a wood house for Jungle Kids for Christ.  The house will be used for a missionary family that will be moving down to spend at least a year ministering...
PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (2)

PHOTOS: Ecuador 2012 (2)

If a picture’s worth a thousand words, here are some (nice) choice words about the team from Ecuador 2012. This post continues a series of my favorite photographs from our mission trip to Misahualli, Ecuador in May of 2012.  Specifically, here are several shots...