Community Projects

On April 17-20th we spent a lot of time doing community projects.  On the first day, we picked up trash along a main road outside of our apartment complex.  Some people in the community watched and asked why we were doing it, and we were excited to tell them about why we came to Ambato.  The second day, we split up into two groups.  One group cleaned out a vacant lot, picking up many bags of garbage and pulling weeds.  The second group went around to the apartment complexes and asked permission to clean the stairs and hallways.  The third day of community work, we went to a park with homemade signs that offered free prayer.  The four groups covered the four corners of the park and everything in between, looking for people struggling with problems or needing encouragement.  We encountered many people going through a wide variety of things.  We heard stories of people getting robbed of everything they owned and of running for their lives from family members that were seeking to harm them.  We saw healings and spoke prophecy over people.  The day was incredibly impactful.  The fourth day we went to a park with a court and pulled weeds, picked up trash, and played soccer with the people in the neighborhood.  In all of the events, God was glorified and we were encouraged by serving.


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