Education is key to breaking the cycle of poverty
Monte Sinai, a slum outside of Guyaqauil, is in one of the poorest areas of Ecuador. The children there live in huts built on stilts to protect from flooding. Chronic malnutrition is a silent killer. Gangs and drug use are rampant.
Henry and Ivonne Smith had a vision to bring change to the fabric of this community, first through a church and now with a school.
Liceo Cristiano de Monte Sinai is beginning as a 200-student elementary school in the heart of Monte Sinai. It’s mission is to break the cycle of poverty in the lives of its students and introduce them to Christ.
LICEO CRISTIAN DE MONTE SINAI OFFERS
A HOLISTIC APPROACH
Henry and Ivonne Smith have served as missionaries in Guayaquil since 2002 and started a church in Monte Sinai in 2010.
Liceo Cristiano is the Smith’s latest endeavor to serve the Monte Sinai community and see Jesus work a transformation among its population.