Stories tagged:
el salvador

So bold as to try for peace

We are busy busy down here: the anti-mining / environmental work we do has a ton of activities this month and this whole child migration crisis has us working double time. I would just like to share that, about the child migrants, it is often very hard to find hope here in El Salvador. That is something I have struggled […]

Mission Sunday

I grew up in the Baptist church. Every year (probably twice a year since we were Baptist), the cavernous foyer would be filled on a Sunday morning with tables upon tables of people returned from all over the world to share about their lives overseas. The Peru table was covered in beautiful blankets. The missionaries to India had pictures of […]

Catie’s Update: Reflections and Prayer

Catie, a Vox member, is currently living and working in El Salvador. She updates us on her thoughts and prayers regularly — you can read her first update here and her blog here. Today I was feeling the very strong need to pull close to my Vox community, and was so so grateful for the liturgy podcasts, prayers, and reflections […]

Catie in El Salvador

Here at Vox we partner with and support overseas organizations in Central Asia and India, which comprises some of our global missions efforts. In addition, we remain connected and support in various ways several Vox community members currently living and serving overseas. Catie Johnston — who has been a part of the Vox community and served on the Vox music […]