March 15, 2014

Compassion International Center Updates



Two of the Compassion Centers are functioning and three of them are opening up soon. This week supplies were taken to two of the new centers so that they can start having Saturday programs.  Jon and Shirley Fischer along with the DS and Director of the centers, Mario Paredes took 54 pieces of cut glass to put in windows for the Chillanes Center, well when we arrived we only had 53, one broke on the three and half drive.  Two of the pastors of the other centers, Alex and Maycol went along to help for the day.

This is the kitchen all tiles are laid in all rooms in the Chillanes
District Center.

This is the future dining room and soon to be church at
the Chillanes District Center. 

The church floor is tile that looks like wood

one of the classrooms in the front 

one of the classrooms in the back all rooms are painted

the steps that lead up to one of the classrooms

future bathrooms

doors to the church

bars on all the windows




one of the large classrooms with the night guards tent

all the helpers putting in the windows

scenery out the front of the classrooms

scenery at side of the classrooms
unloading the 53 pieces of glass for the windows
The buildings with all the windows in the Chillanes District
Center.  The Nall Ave team from Kansas City poured all the
floors in these buildings over Christmas break. 
Some of the scenery we saw on our 2 day road trip with Mario
Supplies for the Cumanda Center pastors
The Cumanda Center for now, they are looking for property
to build the Center.
The Pastor and Administrator of the Cumanda Center.
Maykol and Janeth and children.  They are from Peru. 
Alex and Cynthia are the Pastors and administrators for the
San Miguel Center.  They are newlyweds of 7 months and
are from Peru.
the kitchen in the San Miguel Pastors home
We brought a new washer and refrigerator for their home
they have been living here for a month without a
refrigerator. 
Alex and Cynthia live on the first floor.  As you can see the
building is built on a super steep hill.  

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