GS and Child Podcast | Season 1

Episode 39 – CGS in Haiti with Meagan Hofman

“He said to them, ‘Go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature.” Mark 16:15

Meagan Hofman joins the podcast today to help me share our story of how God helped us build an atrium in Haiti.

Meagan Hofman is president and founder of The Reveye Initiative, a non profit school in rural Haiti. The mission of Reveye is to awaken joy and wonder in education in Haiti. Meagan is trained in level 1 of CGS and has worked in atriums both in Haiti and in St. Louis. She is a former elementary school teacher and has a passion for education and mission work. Meagan lives in St. Louis with her husband and 5 month old son working to build their own little domestic church.

For more information about Reveye: http://www.thereveyeinitiative.com and  see pictures of our atrium and CGS “to the streets”, please visit online!

 

Join CGSUSA for our Summer Book Study of the first few chapters of Life in the Vine: The Joyful Journey Continues!  Purchase the book at the CGSUSA Online Store today!  The June 23rd Episode,  we will be covering Chapter 1 and 2 with Rebekah, and the July 7th Episode will cover Chapter 3 with Anna Hurdle.

Learn more about the book in Episode 26.  You may also listen to Rebekah discuss Chapter 7 on Moral Life in the Kingdom of God in Episode 33.

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