God continues to do life-changing work in the ministries and communities where our global workers serve. We’ve captured a handful of stories here, but there are so many more — and we are encouraged every day by God’s faithfulness to open hearts and minds to the Gospel. Mission work is filled with uphill battles, but we also get to celebrate significant victories. We hope you enjoy some of the stories of what God is doing across the globe through Cornerstone International!
The Timothy Project
This project exists to help CI’s TCKs (Third Culture Kids) have a place that is #homeish and to assist them in their growing up years. The phrase #homeish is a hashtag that has been used by some TCKs to talk about when they encounter home-like qualities. Many don’t actually have a single place they would call home.
Uganda/South Sudan – Amanda Samrani
Wings of Healing is the name of Amanda Samrani’s mission. She is working in the largest refugee camp in the world, located in Northern Uganda. Her heart for the Lord and his people is deeply loving.
Garrison – Southeast Asia
Craig and Kara Garrison serve in Southeast Asia. They focus on equipping and empowering Christian couples in SE Asia through marriage trainings. They believe that starting with the couple leads to transformation throughout community and family.
Honduras – Roberts
David, Teresa and their children followed God’s call to Loma de Luz, in Honduras. David works maintenance for all of Loma de Luz’s buildings, leading projects and mission teams. Teresa is a teacher at Loma de Luz’s El Camino Bilingual School.
Costa Rica - Thomas
Stephen and Georgiana Thomas work in Costa Rica with families at risk. They are just beginning a new project of investing in single mothers and their children.
Guatemala - Lauren Sanchéz
Lauren Sanchez works at Escuela Integrada, near Antigua, Guatemala, as an English teacher. She and her fiancé, Kevin, are passionate about investing in the lives of these bright students in and out of the school.
Honduras – Maradiaga
Christine and Calix work at Loma de Luz on the North coast of Honduras in the hospital and the development farm. They are passionate about serving the Lord and His people in Honduras.
Honduras – Yost
Mike and Peggy Yost serve in Honduras at Hospital Loma de Luz. They are passionate about loving and serving the Honduran people and the community in which they live.
Honduras – Goodloe-Sanchez
Kathryn and Oscar serve at Loma de Luz in Balfate, Honduras. Oscar works as a chaplain in the hospital. Kathryn works as a teacher at Loma de Luz’s El Camino Bilingual School and loves the kids she is working with.