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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Community Development Works Through Communication!

Good Morning and Happy Black History Month :-)

The groundhog saw his shadow, and the temperature here in Winchester, Tennessee dropped overnight.  We went from high 60s on Monday to 24 waking up this morning.  Now I don't know how accurate the Fresh Punxsutawney Prince's predictions really are, but I do know AHMEN's Rio de Agua Viva team has received a quality forecast from our friends in a much different climate.

Yep, 2000 miles away in the department of Gracias a Dios, the ASI-Raista community agents who have been organizing over the past few years sent us the topics they want to learn.  Community development and best practices in missions invite missioners to conceptualize their projects based on the wishes and experiences of the people to which they minister.  So it is with great joy I post this blog.  What a benchmark in empowerment when to request information rather than simply receive what is offered.  It is with excitement our team can now request volunteers based on the actual topics we will be teaching June 21 - July 1 in Honduras.  

We are requesting volunteers to teach these specific topics over the course of three days.

        • Day 1 - Identify, discuss, and explain topic and its importance.
        • Day 2 - Teach techniques in resolving issues within topic.
        • Day 3 - Have students re-teach material; engage in Q&A.
The flyer below features the topics our team plans to teach; however, my previous blog's flyer featuring traits of successful team members is still worth reading.

Contact me today to learn how to join our team as a traveling or domestic team member!

Together, we are the difference.