Inside EMI Cover Photo Award
Naika"Naika was more shy than her friends, who all demanded pictures. It took a mixture of coaxing and making funny faces to get her in front of the camera."
Showcase Photo AwardInside EMI p.25
Firmin Nkuanga Thumbu"Firmin is an active church member, an enthusiastic evangelist, and the father of five children. He is preparing for full time ministry at the University of the Alliance in the Congo."
Showcase Photo AwardInside EMI p.27
Maila Moktan"I looked up from my position at the survey rod and met this farmer who took interest in my work. He had words for me, all in Nepali, and we both carried on. The next day he returned to look over his fields and we again crossed paths, this time with a gentile smile. I believe we were both on the same track. Looking for water."
Showcase Photo AwardInside EMI p.36
Rampati"When I commented how pretty their sarees were, Rampati introduced herself and told us about her family living out in the desert villages. Before we left, she called me sister and gifted me an anklet."
Best 'This is EMI' Photo AwardInside EMI p.43
Editor's Choice Award'The Survey Mentor' by Patrick Cochrane, Board Member of EMI-Canada & Engineering Technician, p.45
Showcase Photo AwardInside EMI p.50
Jaja"Grandmother' displayed true kindness during our project trip. Always feeding us traditional Ugandan foods, she never missed a chance to thank us. We looked for a way to honor our 'Jaja'. So when this photo was included in the presentation, she was ecstatic."
Best Story Photo AwardInside EMI p.67
Rosenda"Rosenda is the perfect picture of how Jesus heals abuse and marital issues. Along with being the main Spanish/Tarahumaran translator, she managed the kitchen in Guacayvo for several years. She is being trained as a counselor to bring God's love into the many needs of the Tarahumaran women."
In Honorarium"The Directors of Engineering Ministries International have resolved that, whereas EMI Long-Term Volunteer Christine Gerhart, having contributed excellence in the area of Graphic Design to EMI in India & Uganda, and chiefly to all of EMI in her labors for the first edition of Inside EMI, we hereby resolve to bless Christine with a monetary honorarium so that all may know that EMI recognizes the impact of her efforts over the last 15 months and understands how to reward them."