Author: Will

Progress at the campamento!

Another week in Ecuador has flown by! Writing these weekly reports is a lovely way to reflect on how God has been working in our lives here, and we’re thankful for his daily blessings. We stayed at the campamento at the weekend instead of going back to Santo Domingo, to allow any unrest to settle … Continued

Thunderstorms and Fish Soup

We were welcomed into week two of Ecuador with a thunderstorm and a power cut at the campamento! This led to an impromptu worship session where we praised Jesus with both English and Spanish songs. By Wednesday morning the power was back on and we continued our work attempting to install a water system in … Continued

Growing Up Between Cultures

It’s often said that Third Culture Kids can fit in anywhere, but belong nowhere. Many children of cross-cultural mission workers do not feel fully at home in either their parent’s native culture or the host culture where they’re growing up. Latin Link’s Hannah and Tim Flatman think about this a lot. Their two young children … Continued

Our first week in Ecuador

A week ago, we were at Heathrow airport, saying our goodbyes and taking our first Step in our journey to Ecuador. We were welcomed by Jessie and Abby at the airport and the team was finally United! We temporarily lost one bag along the way, but a few days later it was successfully returned which … Continued

A first adventure

Joanna McCree interviews the Step team setting off for Ecuador Joanna (our Assistant Head of Programmes): Every year we send out Step teams made up of all sorts of wonderful people to live and work with Latin American churches. Given the probability of cold showers and sleeping on the floor, I’m always interested in what … Continued

In God’s Image

Why every person deserves their Human Dignity What do we mean by ‘human dignity’? At heart, it’s a belief that every human being is incredibly valuable and should be treated as such, no matter who they are or where they’re from. As Christians, this belief comes from our conviction that human beings are created by … Continued

Read, Write, Hope

Giving Brazil’s forgotten teenagers – and their parents – a fresh start with literacy Maria has got very good at hiding the fact that she can’t read. “But it is so tiring,” she says. “I always have to have somebody else with me in case I need to read a sign – all the time … Continued

Exploring a call to mission?

Ever questioned whether God is asking you to leave behind life as you know it and move across the world to share the gospel? Maybe you’ve heard stories about mission and felt inspired but intimidated. Perhaps you suddenly have some spare months ahead of you – is that a sign? It’s confusing, right? What if … Continued

Crucible Moments

May 2021 Paul Turner, International Team Leader ‘As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will send you out to fish for people.” At once they … Continued