Last week fellow missionary, Dan Anderson, Juniper Tree director, Ruben Effio, and Mike Fietje, Peru Field Director, took all the boys from the Children’s Home on a camping trip to Lunahuana, a small town a couple of hours south of Lima. The idea was to do “manly” things with them and teach them from God’s […]
In January, the Oasis hosted Origins church from OH, to do a medical campaign. This is the second year Oasis has hosted them at their facilities and it was once again a tremendous blessing for them and the community at large. They come down every year with doctors, nurses, pastors and others with a heart […]
Enjoy Luis Fernando’s slideshow. Widescreen HD Lower Quality Version
We are beginning a series of slide shows to demonstrate the lives of each of our kids as they grow up in our home. For those of you who have visited the home, we would love to include pictures that you’ve taken of the kids. You could either upload them to our Photobucket group album […]
Here are some pics from the Christmas program at the Oasis.
Every first Sunday of the month is Visitor’s Day, but in December we have always done an evangelistic Christmas program for the relatives and friends who visit. Each house prepares a skit, song or choreography to present and then a guest speaker shares the gospel. This year we had a theatrical group from Camino de […]
We are all very appreciative for the blessing that the Juniper Tree is to us and we want to do our best to keep it clean and maintained. The teams’ work has helped us maintain this pride in our new home. The focus for the past few months has been to reduce dust and clutter […]
Though hands-on work with the kids is done on the field, nothing that we do would be possible without some behind-the-scenes help from the Kids Alive International home office staff. I had a rare opportunity to visit the home office yesterday and met these wonderful people. Here they are. Marketing Clockwise, starting top left – […]
It’s been great to see several ways that the kids at the Juniper Tree have been able to help out. Some like to help out with construction. And others have enjoyed getting involved by leading devotions in a praise band. Even the little kids have been helping out by presenting choreography that goes along with […]
Not to be confused with Pachacamac, a pachamanca is a method of utilizing the ground to cook your food. Check out the pictures below, but look for the next edition of the Llama Reporter, scheduled for the end of August, for further explanation.