Work Is Complete for Really Living Team in Laos

Last week we shared how our humanitarian mission team had been working alongside community members, government partners and ADRA staff to help construct a gravity fed water system in Xayoudom,… Read more »

Arrival in Laos and Beginning of Work

Our fearless team of Mission World humanitarian adventurers traveled halfway around the world this week. Their destination was Laos, one of the world’s few remaining communist states and one of… Read more »

Saying Goodbye in Belize

Closing up a week of hard work, our mission team to Belize said their goodbyes to the friends they had made. For some it was a “see you again” as… Read more »

Belize Fall 2018 Trip, Part 1

And so another mission trip to the rural village of Billy White in Belize is underway! Following up on a trip this past spring that focused on a school building… Read more »

When the Work Is Done, It’s Time to Play

Our Canadian humanitarians in Belize have finished the work projects they set out to do and are now finishing up their trip with a couple days of R&R. For the… Read more »

Belize and the Saga of Lady B

Instead of your typical construction news from 2060 Upper James Street in Hamilton (our church building site), today why not enjoy some pictures from our other construction project… in Belize!… Read more »

A Safe Arrival and Busy First Day of Work

Our mission team has arrived safely in Belize, Central America. For the next week-and-a-half, this energetic and adventurous group will be helping improve the lives of residents in the tiny… Read more »

Home Safe and Sound — but Sad to Leave

Our Peru mission team arrived back on Canadian soil early Tuesday afternoon, safe and sound. (Two members, Tony and Miguel, stayed behind for a few extra days.) Each participant came back… Read more »

Our Team Has Arrived in Cusco!

Though it was a nippy 10 degrees upon their arrival in Cusco this morning, our 16 weary travellers were greeted with warmth and honour by a delegation of youth from the… Read more »