This summer, two young women from the Timberline Church family will be working in El Salvador. Bo Carr is a 3rd grade teacher at Riffenburgh Elementary School while Rebekah Hill is going to be a freshman at the University of Northern Colorado this fall with plans to study nursing.
They are going to El Salvador to serve with Harvesting in Spanish in the capitol city of San Salvador. The ministry has an orphanage, health clinic, feeding center, and they also teach English to the locals. While there, Bo and Rebekah will be helping out in the clinic and possibly a school.
Bo decided to spend some time in El Salvador this summer because there are so many ways to serve there and is especially excited about helping in the new clinic that was recently opened. Meanwhile, Rebekah fell in love with the people of El Salvador during trips with Timberline Student Ministries the past two summers and is excited to go back, especially since her hope is to use her future degree in medical missions.
Bo is praying that God finds the perfect spot to place them while they are there. “I just want God to use me in the way He wants to … a way that brings Him glory.” Specifically, Bo wants to leave El Salvador knowing that the people there saw Jesus in her and that they were able to grow closer to Him through her service. Rebekah is praying that this trip will not only help other people, but also help her grow closer to The Lord. Both ask for the ability to communicate with the people and be able to share the love of Christ.