Video: Trek7 – Drew’s Story

As we gear up for three Trek7 missions experiences for 2016 in Latin America and the Caribbean — Costa Rica, Haiti and Peru — let’s take a look back at a previous Trek7 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Trek7 provides college students and recent college grads with seven weeks of hands-on mission experience woven together with ministry […]

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The Yanesha People of Peru

What if the next generation could live differently? What if they could experience more and take the gospel further? In this video a Yanesha man shares about some of the greatest needs facing his people group in the Amazon jungle of Peru. Interested in serving with ReachGlobal to reach the Yanesha youth? Consider joining Trek 7 Peru this summer.

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New roof, new life in Haiti

By Steve Spellman I laughed as I watched the little boy’s mother jump into Anne-Marie’s arms. Anne-Marie Johnson is part of our GlobalFingerprints Haiti leadership team and had come to visit the boy’s home. Anne-Marie had never met the child before. She had never met the mother before. She had never been to this home before. So […]

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Serving in Rio Azul

“At the end of 2013, my husband and I were invited to serve as leaders in a Costa Rican church restart in a nearby slum, Rio Azul. We had prayed for years that God would open doors so that we could participate on just such a team and were blown away by God’s goodness to provide […]

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Colleague Close-up: The Hunters

There’s no question why Jonathan and Maggie Hunter are smiling these days. After waiting more than two and a half years between applying to ReachGlobal and landing in San Jose, Costa Rica, they’re glad to finally have reached their goal. Jonathan and Maggie, who have been married for almost four years, have a toddler son, […]

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Mexico: ‘We need water’

Emergency drinking water needed in storm-ravaged town From ReachGlobal Mexico City Team Leader Joshua Smith: As we stepped into the village of Bejuco, it was like a war zone. The military had arrived to respond to the massive flooding, most villagers had been forced to flee and live in temporary refuge centers, and those who […]

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Colleague Close-up: Samantha Loesch

Second in a series Samantha Loesch is the newest member of the Mexico City city team. We asked her to fill us in her background and how in the world she landed in one of the world’s largest cities. Where are you from, and where did you go to school? I was born and raised […]

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Colleague Close-up: Jennifer Blevins

For the next several months, ReachGlobal Latin America/Caribbean will feature Q&A biographies on our newest staff members from Mexico to South America. Staff journalist Lincoln Brunner recently asked Jennifer to fill us in on herself and her new ministry in Haiti. Where are you from originally? I have lived my whole life – until now […]

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10 Surprising Things About Parenting in Mexico

Catch the interview with ReachGlobal’s Naomi Smith on the wildly popular blog, Cup of Jo. Here’s an excerpt: “From one street to the next, we find ourselves thrust into extreme wealth or extreme poverty. This constant juxtaposition of excess and need keeps my heart and mind racing, pushing me to evaluate what I own and […]

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