Month: September 2015

Reading Club Helps Girls To Heal

September 29, 2015

  By Lena Dietz Lena Dietz came to Quito, Ecuador, to use her gifts collecting and analyzing statistics to help ER be more productive. But along the way, she discovered her love of reading was something she enjoyed sharing with the girls being helped at an ER partner. Dunamis counsels and supports girls who have […]

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Paul Cripps: Faithful Leader, Lover of People, Life-Changer

September 21, 2015

By Tim Fausch, ER Communications There are many ways to measure the value of one’s life on earth, but perhaps the greatest is to consider the lasting impact he or she has on those they encounter. Paul Cripps, co-founder of ER Canada with his best friend and wife Linda, was someone who had a life-changing […]

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Panty Project To Help Women in Poverty

September 1, 2015

By Kelly McClelland, ER Director of Women’s Advocacy Imagine digging through the garbage on a daily basis for recyclable items likes plastic, cardboard, glass and metal to earn your living. Now imagine surviving off of what you uncover in the garbage by selling what you find, eating leftover food, and reusing any goods you find, […]

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