Jaimee Arroyo reflects on a recent emergency skills seminar she taught in El Salvador, and how God is empowering willing servants to be ready for neighbors in need.
Paper and pencil, slate and chalk, parchment and quill. Tools to write with-- an archetypal part of education over the centuries. It’s so obvious, that their presence seems implied. Yet, for teachers in rural El Salvador, these fundamental tools are a luxury. Read how we are working to reconcile this issue.
In faith, we believe that Suchitoto will not always be marked by violence and poverty. With the Lord’s help, Suchitoto is already beginning to change. Seeds of hope are being planted into the minds and hearts of young people who are learning that their futures are not predetermined by the place or circumstance of their birth.