Retreat is a time to share, reflect, play and prepare for the students’ return to the United States. We traveled south to Kauai, a retreat center owned and operated by Scripture Union and strategically located on a quiet stretch of beach. The students began with presentations of the research they conducted, through face-to-face interviews, during their time on study.
- Future of Shantytowns
- Flowers of the Rain Forest
- Coffee in Chanchamayo
- But My Baby Can Hear: CODAs in Peru
- Newspapers of Ayacucho
- The Evangelical Church in Peru
- Deaf and/or Special Needs in Peru
- Pets in Peru
- Deaf Stories
- Discipline in Peru
- Trees in Lucre
- Dental Health
- Deaf Education
- The Fertility Fruit
- The Educational Program in the Jardin
After the presentations we discussed service: which marginalized populations the students served, what motivated the people they worked with and what kinds of challenges they faced.
On Sunday morning we worshiped, shared and reflected. Then we talked about returning to the US — what will it be like for the students to go back to their home cultures as transformed, bi-cultural people?