St. Francis in the Fields On Mission

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Follow St. Francis as we go on mission to the Dominican Republic, Summer 2014

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Friday Came So Soon!

[...] in the rebuild!) We returned to camp, cleaned up, and awaited the arrival of our Dominican family for a “despidida,” a farewell party for us, organized by our Dominican family. [...]

. . . The Missioners Have Landed!

[...] mission team from St. Francis in the Fields, have landed. We have said goodbye to our Dominican Family of Faith. We have safely returned to our families and our Family of Faith in [...]

Mission (Here) Draws To A Close. . .

[...] incredible. From the moment we got off the plane to the final “despedida,” our Dominican family has cloaked us in love. I was not able to participate in any construction work this [...]

“Hump Day” On The Island of Hispaniola

[...] work projects. By the end of the day. Over half the hard work is behind. But this year, our Dominican family of faith gave us a gift. In true hospitality, we were treated to the beauty of the island [...]

Thursday: Mission TEAM

[...] the pastor and a patio space for the church. Children gathered for another great day of Vacation Bible School. This team is a group of wonderful individuals, but formed together as an amazing and [...]

Monday On Mission

[...] were buried by the children in rocks and dirt, baseball games were played. A Vacation Bible School had more than 60 children from the community. As we have reflected as a team, we [...]

Monday’s Schedule

[...] more comfortable (but hopefully not worthy of a nap!). Later in the day, we will hold a Vacation Bible School for the community kids. We can expect a lively group of children. Keep us, and the [...]

Mission (Here) Draws To A Close. . .

[...] second church floor, the rebuilding of the pews, the dental and medical clinics, and vacation bible school. ¡Que Dios le bendiga! Cathy G.- We have such an awesome amazing God who shows up [...]

Mary And Martha On Mission

[...] , continuing the tasks from yesterday (and the connections). The team added more lines of cement blocks to the soon-to-be second floor of the church, even hauling sand up a rope. Part of the team [...]

Monday On Mission

[...] and not stay on as herder.) (We brought many child-magnets with us. Above are just a few!) (Cement blocks, much heavier than those in the US, were carried up and laid, both by Dominicans and [...]

Monday’s Schedule

[...] projects. We will head to Samangola to begin a project to put up the second floor walls with cement blocks. Also slated is a reworking of the pews. While sturdy, the pews currently will keep you wide [...]

Thursday: Mission TEAM

[...] It began with continuing projects at Samangola. The pews were finished in anticipation of the church service this evening. Cement block wall continued upward. Eventually, it will be housing for the [...]

Thursday: Mission TEAM

[...] and loving team. This team has loved each other, connected with each other, loved our Dominican friends and connected with our Dominican friends. As with any great team, we are far stronger than [...]

. . . The Missioners Have Landed!

[...] We, the mission team from St. Francis in the Fields, have landed. We have said goodbye to our Dominican Family of [...]

Thursday: Mission TEAM

Thursday arrived. It began with continuing projects at Samangola. The pews were finished in anticipation of the church service this evening. Cement bl [...]

Thursday: Mission TEAM

[...] most significant part of this week for me was celebrating my nineteenth birthday with the St. Francis team and all of our Dominican friends! This week, on my birthday, I truly accepted Jesus Christ as [...]

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Friday Came So Soon!

[...] in the rebuild!) We returned to camp, cleaned up, and awaited the arrival of our Dominican family for a “despidida,” a farewell party for us, organized by our Dominican family. [...]

. . . The Missioners Have Landed!

[...] mission team from St. Francis in the Fields, have landed. We have said goodbye to our Dominican Family of Faith. We have safely returned to our families and our Family of Faith in [...]

Mission (Here) Draws To A Close. . .

[...] incredible. From the moment we got off the plane to the final “despedida,” our Dominican family has cloaked us in love. I was not able to participate in any construction work this [...]

“Hump Day” On The Island of Hispaniola

[...] work projects. By the end of the day. Over half the hard work is behind. But this year, our Dominican family of faith gave us a gift. In true hospitality, we were treated to the beauty of the island [...]

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