EMI's TOP TEN
Round 3: August 1 – October 15, 2015
Panel of judges:
M. Mitchell (EMI Global), P. Greene (EMI Uganda), J. Agee (EMI Senegal)
Best in Gallery
Kelemet Olamaitai (Godfrey)
Over two years ago, Godfrey told an EMI team of his faith in Jesus and his hopes to become a civil engineer. A hospital architect on the team, Matt Harrell, decided to help make that happen. We returned with Matt to Godfrey's village to see his family and church. When his father dies, Godfrey will become the chief of this village. He will lead his people in the name of Christ.
Connor Crist September 2015 Enkerende, Kenya
John came on this project as a way to complete the work begun by his son Phillip. Phillip died in a motorcycle accident during his EMI internship in Colorado Springs in 2007. Following John during the week, I not only saw his tireless dedication to the work, but his emotional connection to this project. He felt fully engaged in helping a ministry spread the Gospel.
Jenni Keiter September 2015 African Bible University campus, Lubowa, Uganda
This beautiful stone and timber school was built in the traditional style with the kind assistance of the German Government. For months, masons squared and faced each stone block by hand. The structure was dedicated on 25
April, 2014—precisely one year before the earthquake made it a ruin.
Matthew Coffey October 2015 Aanppipal, Gorkha, Nepal
We became a family to Collis during our time at Tenwek Hospital. He had broken his arm. His mom had returned home to get the funds needed to release him. He didn’t speak a word of English, but it didn't matter. Here, Collis is coloring at the design table with hospital architect Matt Harrell.
Rex Barber September 2015 Tenwek Hospital, Kenya
Raju's family are nomadic goat and sheep herders. Local farmers pay them to bring these flocks to graze on fallow land to fertilize the soil. The goat dairy proposed on this site will have a significant impact on their way of life.
Gerhard van der Merwe September 2015 Quidditas site, Gulbarga, India
Our interns are excited to be part of Engineering Ministries International. They showed their excitement like this :)
Madhulika September 2015 Kalaburagi, Karnataka, India
When the scope grows by 300%, it's good to have the right team. Architects Matt Harrell and Russ Mackensen orchestrated a multi-faceted renovation and new construction project for the Tenwek Hospital. They made it look easy.
Connor Crist September 2015 Tenwek, Kenya
While inspecting a community well, long-term volunteer Uriah McCall assists some local children with their water collection chores.
Nick Murdock June 2015 Ngongolo, Uganda
Russ Mackensen, Stephanie Matteson
With guidance and direction from EMI, the Kijabe Hospital constructed their new Bethany Kid's addition. But our focus is not only on ministry partners. It's also about helping to guide our interns as they develop professionally and spiritually.
Connor Crist September 2015 Kijabe, Kenya
While surveying and designing a master plan expansion, our team was excited to share in moments like this. This newborn baby is a testimony of God's work being done here: Bringing life and hope to those who are helpless.
Kristen Crocker September 2015 Hopital Evangelique Bembereke, Benin
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