Jason & Tricia Eichorst, serving with SIM Canada (Serving In Mission)
SIM CANADA sends workers from Canada to more than 70+ countries worldwide. They believe that God's primary means of relating to, and transforming the world is through the church. Thus, where there is no church, they are committed to evangelism and starting churches. Where a church
exists, they are committed to strengthen the church through teaching the Bible, developing leaders, and equipping the church to fulfill Christ's Commission. www.sim.ca
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Crave International is a discipleship ministry in Chiang Rai, Thailand that exists to see young adults grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. Our unique experience aims to help interns and participants translate transferable life and ministry skills into their home communities or wherever God calls them. Our program has two components, an internship for those from Western countries looking for an international serving experience and a local Crave program for Thai nationals.
Cuba Missions Project
In partnership with Steve Neufeld of EFCCM
What we intend to do is to provide a complete package of priority musical instruments and sound system to enhance the worship experience in the local church. Good music and quality productions brings hearts together around worship and draws people to the church. Everything contributes to evangelism and personal growth.
Electronic Drum Set
Bass Guitar with monitor
Amplifier and speakers
Mic, Stands and Cables
Laptop and LCD projector – Add another $850
On a chilly March 5th, we set out to do a bottle drive in our little town, with 100% of profits going to this cause.
That, combined with the generosity of cash and more bottles donated by our church family, we have (unexpectedly) almost hit our mark! Praise God!
We live in a wonderful community!!
Project: Candelero Street Kids
The large number of children living on the streets in Tarija and other Bolivian cities is on the rise. The Candelero Street Kids Ministry has rented a building and opens each day for children to come and have a safe place to do their homework, have bible lessons, have a large, healthy meal and receive counselling from the staff. In addition to the drop-in center, Candelero Boys’ Home is open to boys who have been abandoned or have left their families out of desperation to escape poverty. It is a residential home outside of Tarija.