It takes a team!

Behind the scenes, the "Ants" work hard. They work together outside the camp, gather resources and supplies, they work inside the camp taking care of the nest and the young. They defend against the enemy.

This pretty much sums up the role of a very amazing group of women who work at the Hope House. They are our Tias (Spanish word for Aunts).  They are the backbone of the home, because of their hard work and dedication, we were able to bring in 42 girls last week, to care for them every single day, plan, prepare and cook three meals a day, educate them, help meet their daily needs that each might have. 

It is a full time involvement; physical, social, medical, educational and emotional. Each of these women have families at home and their own set of needs but I have watched as each of them have stood up to the plate and taken an active part in this great ministry, making it their own.
I am so grateful for the 15 women on staff at Hope House and their lives and for their willingness to serve alongside us in what God is doing for these amazing young girls.

- Leah

 Pictured above are 13 of the 15 women on Staff at Ecuador Hope House.

Pictured above are 13 of the 15 women on Staff at Ecuador Hope House.

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