Casa de Dios

Cobblestones Become Soccer Playground

October 23, 2018

After the 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck in April 2016, Mariana López experienced a momentary loss of hope. The beloved Faith & Hope School building that was providing much needed help to the kids in Pedernales was in ruins. The thought struck her that the school might never rise again. By Mariana López, Alfalite Foundation The construction of the Faith & Hope […]

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ER Canada Team Helps Pacoche Families

March 25, 2018

An ER Canada team recently traveled to Ecuador to serve with ER partner Casa de Dios. The team did much in a short period of time, including: – Starting construction on a home for Cirilo, a local man who is partially blind from diabetes – Distributing 150 pairs of shoes for school supplies – Teaching […]

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Quake Destroyed School, Not Christmas Spirit

December 23, 2016

(Friday December 23, 2016 Update) On April 16 the Faith and Hope School in Perdenales was among the thousands of buildings destroyed by the massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake that rocked coastal Ecuador. Fortunately, though hundreds of people died in the devastation, the quake hit at night so none of the children were in classes. The school […]

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‘The Earthquake Moved Everything’

September 22, 2016

Like a lot of young couples, Antonio and Yvonne left Ecuador to move to Spain in search of career opportunities. Spain’s economy was better and they had heard others were finding success there. But two years ago, they felt called to move back to Ecuador. Antonio would get a job in construction. Yvonne would do […]

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URGENT, DIRE HELP NEEDED IN ECUADOR!

April 17, 2016

Note: Please click here for our latest updates. Extreme Response exists to help people living in extreme, sometimes LIFE-THREATENING situations. Today we are shouting the “LIFE-THREATENING” portion of our mission statement because people in Ecuador are DYING and we are compelled to help. We are asking for your immediate, generous support in order to respond. […]

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