In Isaiah 6:8, the Old Testament prophet Isaiah hears the voice of the Lordsaying,“Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?” Isaiah responds without hesitation, “Here am I. Send me.”
The “Isaiah 6:8 Project” is very simply, a movement within our fellowship where we as God’s people hear and acknowledge His call, then respond out of love, echoing the words of Isaiah, “Here am I. Send me”
It is our prayer that this spirit of listening for and acting upon God’s leading would be the road we are traveling as individuals and as a congregation.
The Isaiah 6:8 Project has been created to collect funds to build the church building in Maria Christina and to add a room onto the building in Rama (both in Nicaragua). $42,000 is needed for materials and thanks to your faithful giving this need has been met.
The team members are: Norman Aguilera, Tim Albrecht, Evan Bruch, Heidi Bulk, Melanie Crumb, Abe Giesbrecht, David Gilmore, Jacob Gilmore, Teresa Gilmore, Nicole Hessels, Ted Hessels, Ron Kievit, Craig Martin, Tia Morin, Elly Newell, Hidde Postma, Chuck Rickman, Jen Shirton, Al Skea, Sharon Skea, Henry Suderman, Maria Trejo, Everett Wassink.
Here's a link to some recent photo updates from Nicaragua
The team has returned safely and would like to thank you all for your prayers and words of support while they were away.
They will sharing their stories will the congregation in a few weeks on a Sunday evening date TBA. If you would like to look back at what went on during their 2 week trip you can check out the link to their blog below.
Nicaragua 2012 Team Blog