Author: Catharine Turton

Argentina and Bolivia Step Report #16

Somehow our last week of Step is over already!! The time has flown by, and the experience has been so fundamental in shaping us and strengthening our faiths before we head back to university and our normal UK lives. We started the week with some emotional goodbyes to our friends in Trinidad. As we boarded … Continued

No Longer Strangers But Beloved Guests

This year, Hans and Priscilla Breekveldt mark 30 years of service in Argentina. Here, they share some of their stories from the last three decades. As we stepped off the plane with our one-year-old daughter, Rebecca, in arms, we were in unfamiliar territory. Buenos Aires, Ezeiza International Airport, April 1993. We were excited to serve … Continued

Argentina and Bolivia Step Report #15

It was our last week working at the project last week, and we feel sad that this awesome time in Bolivia, and South America, is coming to an end. It has been a pleasure and a blessing to be able to serve God here for the last four months. I think we all felt that … Continued

Peru Step Report #1

Monday was our first full day in Arequipa, and we feel very blessed to be here. We set off on Saturday morning at 2:30am and flew from Heathrow to Lima, via Paris, with Air France. The total journey was around 17 hours long and, although long, we found the flight comfortable. The food was tasty … Continued

Ecuador Step Report #2

In the last couple of weeks, construction on the church has started in earnest. We’ve made huge progress on the foundations of the first wall, and it’s been amazing to see how much the church has come together to help out. We began by digging six deep holes for the columns, and by the end … Continued