Today’s post is written by Mike Sohm, president of CAMA, and Sara Barzola, the project coordinator of “Mercy for Ecuador.” This article was originally published in the March/April 2017 issue of Alliance Life Magazine. Men, women, and children living on the west coast of Ecuador will never forget where they were April 16, 2016, at 6:58 p.m. That […]
Today we get to introduce you to Sarah, our newest CAMA worker. She’ll be heading to a new CAMA location in North Africa.
Today’s post is written by Kaitlyn Stewart. Kaitlyn just returned from serving for a year, under Envision, as a teacher for several of our TCKs in West Africa. Third culture kids (TCKs) are in a unique place to experience and grow up in multiple cultures that are not their parents’. I know something about this, having […]
Today’s post is written by Buzz Maxey. Buzz and Myrna Maxey founded Papua United Football Club, a soccer program in Papua, Indonesia that focuses on discipleship and HIV/AIDS awareness. Last month I revisited the local narcotics prison on the outskirts of town in Papua, Indonesia. In the small chapel, I was moved by the spirited […]
This post is written by Becky, a CAMA worker in West Africa. I have a mom confession. Sunday isn’t my children’s favorite day of the week. In fact, typically there is a lot of begging to stay home and do “home church.” I get it, the services in West Africa are three hours long. They’re […]