The Quill March 2016 Edition is here

  The Quill March 2016 Edition is packed with updates from Early Learning Centre to Senior School. See our Senior and Middle school students share about Mission trips near and far.  How our Senior school students were challenged by critical topics such as euthanasia and abortion.   On the lighter side, there were chocolate workshop, Concert, ski trips, beautiful art…

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Dinner With Friends

On April 7th and 8th at 7pm, the PCA drama team will be putting on an original production entitled “Dinner With Friends.” This is a story of three couples as they get together to share an evening of food and friendship; unfortunately, the night ends up being an event filled with confusion, misunderstandings, and hilarious coincidences. If you like…

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Senior Girls Volleyball tournament wrap up

Our Senior School Girls Volleyball Team played in the SSAF (Small Schools Athletic Federation) U20 season ending tournament on March 3rd.  They played exceptionally well and lost in the semi-finals to ARS Armenian School. Special thanks and recognition to all of our graduating players (Natalie Shing, Mirna Soliman, Kendra Vaisanen, Audrey Chu and Alysaa Co) for their…

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Day 8 – Thanksgiving and farewell

Today was our last day of ministry with the children of Carmen Bajo.  A number of students had the opportunity to share their testimonies of how they came to truly believe on the Lord Jesus Christ for their salvation.  One student preached a sermon from the life of Jonah. A few students spent a portion…

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Day 7 – Roses, El Refugio, and cuy

It’s a little after 9pm as I write this.  Today is International Women’s Day.  Although it may be an international holiday, in Ecuador it is a very big deal.  We learnt that traditionally on Women’s Day, the women are served breakfast in bed and they are encouraged to take the day off. When we arrived at the…

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Day 5 – Singing praises to King Jesus with fellow Ecuadorian believers

We began our morning examining Paul’s philosophy of ministry as recorded in 1 Thessalonians 2.  We observed that Paul was bold (2:2) while still being gentle (2:7).  Paul was motherly (2:7) while also being fatherly (2:11).    Paul never employed words of flattery (2:5) nor did he conduct his gospel ministry as a pretext for greed…

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Day 4 – Shared the Gospel with the youth

Good afternoon, it is 5:30pm as I write this.  We have had a busy day which was coupled with an early start to the day.  We woke up at 6:00am and began our study of 1 Thessalonians at 6:30am.  We observed two themes that emerged from the opening paragraphs of 1 Thessalonians.  First, as Paul imitated Jesus Christ, the Thessalonian…

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Day 3 – Serving children in Carmen Bajo

Our morning began bright and early with a time in the Bible, reading through portions of 1 Thessalonians.  For breakfast, we enjoyed cereal and fruit. We left the hostel after breakfast and went to Carmen Bajo.  Carmen Bajo operates two facilities.  One is a centre which provides meals and activities for children in co-operation with…

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