Mudslides and Flooding

Early Thursday morning there was a mudslide in San Antonio (the backside of the mountain that holds the cross). You can read a news story here. While we are deeply saddened by the devastation and lives lost, we cannot help but be thankful that we are safe. Our family and the Gills live within a couple miles of the mudslide (10 minute walk from the Gill's home).

Another area devastated by the torrential rain is Los Anonos, Escazu. This area was already going to be a target area for ministry in the upcoming year out of the new team house. There are pictures below that Spencer took Thursday while scoping out the damage and ways in which we can help.

Created with Admarket's flickrSLiDR.

You can also click HERE to watch a short video taken by Steve Gill.

If you would like to help minister to others in the coming months by way of feeding and rebuilding homes, you can make your tax deductible donation by using the button below.

Thank you to all who are praying. It is humbling to see the people that are praying and supporting God's ministry here.

You can read what other 6:8 are feeling and doing by following the links below:
6:8 Update
Anton and Mike
Gammage Family
Gill Family
Knutson Family

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