EMI's TOP TEN
The photos you are about to view were selected
from Round 1 of the EMI-wide photo contest,
January 1 – April 30, 2016
Round 1 panel of judges:
B. Swab (EMI Canada),
Madhulika B. (EMI India),
S. Lazarus (EMI Global)
Best in Gallery
Phnom Penh has many markets, each with its own flavor. Here’s a glimpse of Phsa Toul Tom Pong. Though Cambodia does have western-style stores, you could call this the Khmer Walmart. Here I can pick up anything from dried fruit to auto parts to new clothes. Plus, the local market is a great place to practice bartering in Khmer.
Anna Seeley January 17, 2017 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The tuk-tuk is Cambodia’s most prolific public transportation option. Paying anywhere from $2-$8, these open-air taxis provide the best platform for viewing the city. Amirah Hardrick, daughter of EMI staff Chris Hardrick, has adapted to this new form of transportation quickly. I wish we could all be more child-like in our cultural transition.
Anna Seeley January 21, 2017 Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Connecting Bridges, Connecting Nations. It's amazing how some slender steel members can connect huge mountains. It’s the same with believers. "Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ" (1 Cor 12:12). As one Nation, the body of Christ, we build the bridges with His Good News to connect un-reached people groups to Him.
Madhulika B. October 22, 2016 Aizawl, Mizoram, India
Afternoons are for siestas and drying laundry.
Tanisha C. February 21, 2017 Issapur, Delhi, India
There were so many times during the week when our team stopped spontaneously to pray over a need. Fulu, the Beulah Center Director, was recovering from back surgery. On several occasions we felt privileged to stop and pray for God’s healing hand to give him the strength he needed to continue to minister to the community.
Jenni Keiter February 2017 Rustenburg, South Africa
Making play of work. A young Nicaraguan boy shows me the inner-workings of the maize grinder.
Chester Bennett February 8, 2017 Managua, Nicaragua
Talemwa Edison has worked on previous EMI projects as a mason and is now in the role of assistant foreman as we build the chapel at the Amazima School. Though he speaks little English, Edison is a key support to EMI's Foreman in delivering high-quality construction and in managing a crew of 40 workers. 'Talemwa' means 'never fails' in Luganda. While this is probably a reference to God, I'd like to say it applies to Edison too!
Laurence Knoop February 28, 2017 Uganda
The Christian Dental College project team reviews the feasibility of the concept design in preparation for the client meeting.
Graham Frank February 2017 Ludhiana, India
Jesse, our metal workshop manager, building the shade structure and security gate for Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) at Kajjansi Airfield. Having a wood and metal workshop right next to EMI Uganda has enabled us to fabricate components like doors, carpentry, and trusses for our partner ministries and provide more training opportunities to our local laborers.
Phyllis Tsang March 10, 2017 Kajjansi, Uganda
Mid-morning pit stop. Our group of Lady Willingdon Hospital Staff, the EMI team, and our skilled driver take a breather before the roads leave the valley and begin the ascent to Kunzum Pass.
Tanisha C. October 13, 2016 Spiti Valley, Himchal Pradesh, India
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