What it’s like to be a sugar cane field worker

04. September 2014 From the Field 0
“A sugar cane worker is like an orange,” said 45-year-old Ebano. “You take an orange, squeeze all its juice into a glass, and drink. Then you toss the crushed rind away. That is what they do to us.” Ebano is a Haitian immigrant working in the sugar cane fields in the Dominican Republic. Every day, ...

Forming the Character of Christ

12. August 2014 From the Field 0
Every classroom has that one special child – the one who tests the limits of your patience and mercy as if it’s their God-ordained calling to raise your blood pressure. At the El Camino Sunday school in La Independencia, Peru, that child was Adiel. Last year when Cross staff visited this small but impactful ministry, ...