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... realize the commonalities in their desired goals.
Five components are essential to CI, including a common agenda, shared measurement system, continuous communication, mutually reinforcing ideas, and backbone organization. While a common agenda means different groups share a common understanding of the problem and vision for the end goal, a shared measurement system means the groups are uniformly measuring their successes and holding ...
... a testimony! This is a community and Church with poverty, and Fey encouraged members with Hebrews 13:16 "And do not forget to do good, and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased." Fey is trying to draw the local Churches of the community together, so that together they can be of service, together they can be a witness. When the Churches do something like build a house, he doesn't want the community to talk about the El ...
... and always willing to offer a "Hola" as you pass by. The people in the markets were also kind, informative and not pushy.
We have also gotten to know our guides and learn more Spanish from them. It's encouraging to see their heart for the TEARS Ministry and how they enjoy serving. I look forward to hearing more of their stories.
So far the Dominican has been full of colourful surprises and facinating history.
Until next time
... 8217;s willingness and excitedness to talk about areas in which they excel, a discussion that isn’t often held in their lives.
We finished the day off by playing some soccer and baseball with the neighborhood kids and tomorrow will consist of visiting the capital city of the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo. Other than what happened to my arm, everybody is happy and well! Thanks for staying updated.
Love from the Dominican Republic!
... one by one, from the street into the church...and then we had the additional honor of unloading two more truckloads. (If you could have seen our faces when the second truck arrived....ugh....) It was exciting to see how far things progressed in a short amount of time. I hope that we can see photos of the finished project at some point! As with most days in the barrio, there were plenty of children waiting for us. ...