KW Editors Note: Seth Hansen was part of the first wave of teachers sent to Chile in 2014. Kingdom Workers deeply appreciates the work that he and Arron Landgraff did to establish this strong program. Read the first installment of the Longaví Project [HERE]
Greetings from Chile!
It’s summer here, and school is out. The Kingdom Workers Longaví Project successfully taught in rural Chilean schools for the entire school year of 2014, and impacted untold hundreds of lives over the course of...
KW EDITOR'S NOTE :: This is a special Malawi Mission Partner Communique which was sent to our by Missionary John Holtz.
The rains were no surprise.
The floods were.
River banks can hold only so much. Land can soak in only so much. Sand bags can stop only so much.
Then the inevitable happens.
When floods come, fields go. When a cyclone hits, everything is hit. Soil erodes. Roofs cave. Houses collapse. Bridges break. Pit latrines become unusable. Dirt roads become impassable.
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