Browsing Month 'July, 2010'

Diary notes for Hopethiopia Community Team July 2010 Sun July 18th Arrival at airport smooth with no hassles, arrives at approx. 7:30 am and checked through security at approx. 8:00am Currency maximum is now $3,000.00 per person, more must be declared All bags arrived, presented bag tags on leaving the arrivals area Bags were checked [...]


The community mission team in Ethiopia is right on schedule and having the time of their lives!  The team asked a group of locals for their assistance in painting the town high school of Harbu Chulule.  This was a huge step forward as the team was able to connect with town members all day long, [...]

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Painting the High School 3

Here are a few more pictures from the community mission teams painting efforts.

Coffe and Mango tree 2

The community mission team was taught how to plant coffee and mango trees.  Take a look at their progress below:

Prayer Team 2

The community mission team was able to walk and pray over most of HOPEthiopia’s land.  The following pictures give you an idea of what their day was like.


The prayer team from Addis joined us in Harbu Chulule for 3 days. They came to pray for the land, the people, and our team. It was a great experience to participate together in the restoration of the community.


The following pictures are from the elementary sports camp the community missions team organized.


While visiting Ethiopia the mission team takes time to drive back to Addis to participate in a church service at the Faith Bible International church. Only open for a couple of months the church now has more than 1000 people attending.

Kids in Ethiopia

Hello again, friends and family of HOPEthiopia! Having spoke with the team last night, I am please to inform you that they are alive and well, and having a blast!  Thus far, they have reforested several plots of land, conducted a workshop at a local high school (with more than 100 participants!), and painted several [...]