James & Joy in Guyana

Guyana Technology Outreach Project Kit

Guyana Technology Outreach Project Kit

Here's the complete kit for the Guyana Technology Outreach Project. Included you can see:

* Sony CD/MP3 player
* External battery-run speaker(s)
* Solar battery charger
* Rechargeable Batteries
* Audio Bible (in the black case)
* Bible in Living Sound (The entire 75-tape set on 5 CD's)
* A black mini-pack to carry it all in.

It's not too late to donate to the project! To find out how, check out the original GTOP post.

Guyana Technology Outreach Project

Want to help spread the Gospel in a simple way? Here's the story...

James emailed me a wonderful idea and said:

Here's a cool missionary project that would make a big impact down here in Guyana.

Portland to Paruima video

James & Joy made another DVD video. It's about 20 minutes long and describes some of their challenges. FYI, the video starts off with their first trip to Guyana. You can view it online if you have a broadband connection:

  • High resolution: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6567044047595115341
  • Medium resolution: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=6032331434534313176

If you can't view the video and want a copy of the DVD, send me an email to: jash-dvd AT azumatech DOT com

Making Bricks

Making Bricks

Making bricks by hand... for an oven.

Hotel in Manaus Brazil

Hotel in Manaus Brazil

Our hotel in Manaus Brazil. God helped us to find a hotel that took a visa card.

A full plane load

A full plane load

The airplane in preparation to come back. Note all the blue gas cans in the back. The biggest one is covered in the back. The board with the two gold looking things are fuel pumps. As we flew we pumped fuel out of the cans so we wouldn’t have to stop in Brazil again. We made the whole trip in 9hrs 50 minutes. I could hardly walk when I got to Guyana.

Fixing the plane

Fixing the plane

James, taking out over 200 screws...

DIIC Video

James produced an awesome little 20 minute video about Davis Indian Industrial College (DIIC) and their work & ministry there in Guyana. It briefly talks about the history of the school, then shows the campus, the farm, interviews of several of the volunteers, photos of the school and more.

Download it here (Special thanks to Walla Walla University and Rob Frohne for providing the bandwidth for this!) Or, View it on Google Video

Relaxing on an island

Relaxing on an island

The whole school?

The whole school?
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