May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us— yes, establish the work of our hands.
Our ministry is ever growing and so are the facilities at Campo de Cosecha. We building new dorms to host individuals who are part of camps, conferences, and missions teams. Construction is a way for us to reach people by providing jobs in a struggling economy. Those we hire become part of our REAP family as we share meals, life, and opportunity.
From basic conversation over meals to working in the trenches together, we take every opportunity to love our co-workers. When we host teams from America, they often work alongside the locals, getting to know them and creating relationships that ultimately show the love of Christ.
Jobs are scarce in Granada. We are blessed to provide people not only with a source of income, but also a spiritually healthy environment for them to work and grow in community. They gain opportunity to support their family as well as the tools they need to support their own spiritual journeys.