As many of you know, I took on all of the administration duties April 1, which is a lot in & of itself. This trip was going to be a test of sorts to see how working remotely from a different country, obviously not knowing if or when I'll have internet access, would work. I also knew balancing what it requires to go on a trip & keeping up with the admin. was going to be hard, but I wanted to try. I believe it is so important to know who we are helping and understand their lives and needs so that I can do my admin. job better. It has been a lot to juggle, but being here makes all of the hard work worth it. Getting up at 5:30am to do admin. work before our day begins is worth it. :)
On Sunday, we went to visit a small village of about 35 homes with 1,000 people...
From spreading strategic literature, to providing disaster relief, to provisioning technical tools, HIM covers a broad range of physical needs in its missions:
We provide these various kinds of support mechanisms that our partners and workers need to build their influence and impact for the Kingdom. We are blessed to be in our position to provide in this way. Let us know today if you would like to support us in one or more of these areas!