Q: How long have you been in Ecuador/worked at Casa de Fe?
A: I came to Ecuador in July 2001. I accepted my first foster child (Cintia) in 2002. We moved to Shell in 2003, and Casa de Fe became a legally recognized charitable foundation in 2007.
Q: What did you do before you came here?
A: I retired from the U.S. Army in August 1998. I went to language school in Costa Rica in 2000.
Q: Why did you come here?
A: I believed I was following God's will to open a shop to repair wheelchairs in Quito. Little did I know how much bigger God's plan was for me here in Ecuador.
Q: What is your job/role at Casa de Fe?
A: Director. Some say 'visionary', but I am only trying to allow God to work through me.
Q: What is your favorite thing about Ecuador/your job?
A: My favorite thing is obviously the kids and seeing God work in each one.
Q: How can our readers pray for you?
A: Pray for continued financial provision for Casa de Fe. Pray that we would find favor among those that have authority over us. Pray that I and all of the Casa de Fe staff would reflect Christ in all that we say and do.