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Christmas Celebrations!

01/28/20 By:

In the Dominican Republic, Christmas celebrations start on 25 December and finishes on Three Kings Day on January 6th. Children …

Sumptuous Breakfast and Presents Mark Three Kings Celebrations!

01/28/20 By:

Scooters and skateboard presents were the most popular this year, turning the basketball court into a riding field!

Three Kings Day Celebrated with Presents!

01/28/20 By:

While it is customary in the United States to exchange presents on Christmas Day, in the Dominican Republic, Three Kings …

Graduations, Baptisms and Bible Studies!

01/28/20 By:

Graduations, Baptisms and Bible studies – all in a day’s work at Casa Ester! Natalia Graduates in Accounting   Our …

Baptisms, Bible Studies and Ice Creams!

01/28/20 By:

A baptism at Oasis is a special event that brings our girls, young women, and their children together to celebrate …

Teacher’s Retreat Affirms Their Contribution

01/28/20 By:

Teachers Not Only Teach But Model Jesus’ Love Our teachers have a far higher calling than just teaching, they also …

Not Students, But House Moms Having Fun!

12/17/19 By:

House moms baking cookies for their children as a part of the Christmas festivities while having lots of fun!

Useful Christmas Presents for Children

12/16/19 By:

The Source of Hope school in El Zapote is operated by Kids Alive in partnership with Iglesia Galilea (Church of Galilee) …

Celebrating “Noche Buena,” or “Christmas Eve” at Oasis

12/16/19 By:

In Guatemala, Christmas is  traditionally celebrated with close family and friends on Christmas Eve, or “Noche Buena.” At Oasis, we …

Sharing “Noche Buena” or “Christmas Eve” with Guests

12/16/19 By:

The young ladies from Casa Ester enjoyed “Noche Buena” or Christmas Eve celebration at Oasis last year. A week before …

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