Fredi and Judith were called into ministry in 1999 and began serving in Quechua-speaking communities. They settled in Cusco city, where they developed the ministry ATEK. They are an interdenominational organization founded by pastors, leaders, and missionaries who have been working among rural Quechua-speaking communities in southern Peru. ATEK seeks to contribute to the holistic and self-sustaining development of Quechua communities by providing training and developing tools in the Quechua language that will aid in evangelization and in strengthening Quechua families, churches, and communities. Facets of the ministry include the development of written biblical resources in the Quechua language. ATEK hosts literacy classes for remote communities as well as training courses for local church leaders, so they can take God's message into their communities. In addition to their leadership training, family strengthening, and language initiatives, ATEK also works to provide holistically for their communities. Their programs include a nutrition program and regular medical and dental teams that visit the communities of focus.
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In November, a team of 14 including HFL leader Jason Krul traveled to Haiti to work alongside United Christians International in Pignon, and FONSOPED in Mirebalais. The team assisted in completing the construction of bridge near the school in Mirebalais, construction of a teacher's housing facility at UCI, conducted home visits in the community, participated in feeding programs, and more!
I have seen firsthand God at work—the Holy Spirit is very much in Haiti within the people.
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