Special Announcement from the Dottle Family

Dear Friends and Family, This newsletter contains a very special and important announcement. It is both happy and sad. I will not tell you anything else so you will read it. Blessings, Edward Dottle

Dottle family news for July and August

Hello Everyone, I pray you are all doing very well. Things are going great in Ecuador. I am sending you my August email and in case their is a problem and you did not receive my July newsletter I am including it also. Please share and forward this to anyone you wish. Blessings, Edward

Dottle Family Newsletter May and June 2015

Dear Family, Friends, and Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Here is our May and June 2015 activities for God's work in Ambato, Ecuador. Please share this with everyone who loves missions and missionaries. Blessings, Edward, Jacqueline, Raquel, Christine, and Natalie Dottle

Dottle Family Newsletter May and June 2015

Dear Family, Friends, and Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Here is our May and June 2015 activities for God's work in Ambato, Ecuador. Please share this with everyone who loves missions and missionaries. Blessings, Edward, Jacqueline, Raquel, Christine, and Natalie Dottle

News from The Pinedas

Congregational Training Program ministry is going strong. Many countries are being touched by Jorge and Maritza.

Jorge Pineda - January Report

January report on the work in Ecuador.

End of Year report - Jorge Pineda

The Blessings of Peace The Beauty of Hope The Spirit of Love The Comfort of Faith May these be your gifts this holiday Season. In Him, Jorge & Maritza Pineda

Bus Accident in Bolivia

We received this message from Kent Marcum regarding his son and some youth he was leading in Bolivia.

It is 12:00am... I am trying to sit here to compose my thoughts, knowing that there are so many praying and waiting for information. I just returned from a all night candle vigil for the 3 girls who died and their families. It was heart-breaking. This may be a bit disjointed, bear with me...

12 of our jovenes (youth) and 4 chaperones left yesterday morning for a 3 day trip to a camp about a 7 hour drive from Cochabamba. They are all on winter break and wanted to take advantage of the holiday. They contracted a bus from a local bus company that makes the trip regularly rather than taking the usual night time bus. After driving the road on our vacation last week, Josh felt it was safer to travel in the day. Yesterday about 4pm, we started recieving disjointed calls and information about a serious accident that had occured. Things were pretty sketchy until I recieved a call from Josh. He confirmed that the bus had rolled about 100 meters down a steep mountain. The top came off, it rolled over and over several times, some were thrown from the bus, others rolled down with the bus. Miraculously, one of the jovenes who wasn't badly injured was able to climb up to the road and hailed a taxi that was passing by. The taxi driver had a cell phone and reception (extremely unusual where they were at.) Within minutes people from a nearby village had arrived to help evacuate the injured. Half the group was taken to a nearby local clinic. The rest were loaded into pickups and ambulances and started back to Cochabamba. A Christian couple who was passing by took charge of collecting all the personal items and safe guarding them.

Arthur Puente Report on Training in Central and South America

Arthur reports on his recent travels to many of the Branch Schools in Central and South America.

 

Read the attached PDF for the full report.

Partnering in Interactive Videoconferencing

It is amazing to see our Executive Director, Truitt Adair (standing), and a classroom of students from the Quito School of Biblical Studies in Quito, Ecuador studying at the feet of Armando Alaniz from the Texas Gulf Coast Bible Institute in Houston, Texas!  Brother Alaniz, who taught at Sunset when I was a student in the late '80's teaches Spanish speaking students in the USA, Central America and South America from the classroom in Houston by interactive videoconferencing.  Armando can see the students and the students can see him and even ask questions in real time.  What an incredible way to spread the good news of the gospel of Jesus around the world!

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