Fier, Albania // AAC Trip 3

Fier, Albania // AAC Trip 3

From June 18-24, 2014, Abundant Life, Hibbing, Minnesota, USA took its third Adopt-a-Community trip to Fier, Albania. We are in our second year of a three-year AAC project in Fier, and COHEU is overjoyed to see the relationship grow between the people of two towns half a world apart. This summer, we welcomed a team from Hibbing to Fier who worked chiefly with the children in a local gypsy community. The kids came every morning to the village kindergarten where we spent hours playing, singing, dancing and teaching them new things. We had a lesson every day followed by a free lunch, which you could see from their excited faces they appreciated. We even invited their parents the final evening…

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Kendice, Slovakia // AAC Trip 1

Kendice, Slovakia // AAC Trip 1

buy tadacip online in india From April 28 - May 7, 2014, COHEU and Christ’s Place Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA took the first Adopt-a-Community (AAC) trip to Kendice, Slovakia. Last year, Christ’s Place concluded an AAC project with us in Leova, Moldova after three successful years. This year, they partnered with us again to start our first ever AAC project in the country of Slovakia. Throughout the week, the team broke off into three groups. One group spent their time going throughout the village and surrounding area giving basic medical checkups and handing out hygiene kits. This also gave them the opportunity to introduce themselves to the townspeople and get to know them. The second group went around houses replacing windows. This was something many…

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The First Dutch Church Adopts a Community Through COHEU

Agape Church from Amsterdam is the first Dutch church to join COHEU’s Adopt-a-Community program. Partnered with Mission Impact of Tubize, Belgium, COHEU and Agape are working to make a difference in the village of Biesti, Moldova. In March 2014, a team from Agape visited their community in the poorest country of Europe. Each day, a team of ten people worked with the children of the village and went door-to-door to visit and engage with the locals as well as gifting bags of groceries. That week saw the first ever home group meeting in this village with twenty people in attendance. This was the first time they had ever come to a meeting such as this. They also accomplished other projects throughout…

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