Eddie & Dawn

Position: Associates
Serving: USA | Nicaragua

BIO

Eddie and Dawn have been involved with missions since 2007. While Eddie has been to Africa to help drill water wells and to locations in Central America, their main experience has been in medical missions, using medicine as a platform to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to those in need.

Eddie is a welder by trade, but has experience in agriculture, carpentry, and the medical field. Eddie has been a Christian for over 40 years, but since 2007 has felt the LORD call him into a deeper more long term relationship with mission ministry.
Dawn is a registered nurse with 22 years of experience in orthopedics, critical care and nursing education. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from University of Texas at Arlington. Dawn heard the LORD call her into the ministry of missions on her very first trip to Honduras in 2007. She and Eddie both knew at that time the LORD was calling them into full time ministry.

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