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G.O. Teams

Global Outreach (G.O.) Teams are small, high impact teams that work on tasks in a cross-cultural setting. Typically, they are made up of individuals with particular skills relating to the needed task. Following our vision for Global Outreach, G.O. teams from Glenwood are sent to support those called to serve on a long term basis by assisting with the development of national workers and leaders. In past years, teams have been sent to Sudan, Slovenia, and Haiti.

Since July 2010, we have sent numerous teams to Haiti to minister in a number of areas, including assisting in the building of houses in Port-au-Prince, assisting in the building of classrooms and offices on the EMNV campus in Merger, fixing existing homes in Merger and assisting with the construction and finishing of a new building on the STEP campus. Along with working while we are in the country, it is also our desire to interact and connect with the people who live in the communities surrounding the job sites. 

In 2018 and 2019, a team of young adults went to Slovenia to assist in putting on an English camp for students, working alongside Johnny & Brooke Stevens. 

 

 

 

Ministry News

Posted: February 8, 2017
Team members with Haitian children

Bonswa! (Unless it's not the evening. Then it would be 'bonjou!')

Day 4 was a success! We arrived at the work site bright and early to finish the walls and pour concrete beams. The work went quickly and everyone on the team worked harder than ever to communicate with the...

Posted: February 7, 2017
Haitian workers and team working

Bonswa!

Today was the first day we were on the work site. We are all exhausted, but are extremely satisfied with the day. The Haitians were at the top of their game, and I think we were able to be very helpful. We finished almost all of the masonry in...

Posted: February 5, 2017
team members with church going kids in haiti

Hello!

We started the day off bright and early to leave for church at 7:00am. Mason and Johnny Filipe drove us and 7 STEP students. The 45 minute drive gave us a chance to ask lots of questions and interact with the students. The church we visited was planted about...

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