Author Archives : Olivia Jones


The Life of Antonio

In the summer of 2010, Mark Shafer visited the Shuar community of Nunkui to take school supplies to the small rural elementary school. Although his team had been invited and asked by some of the villagers to help the community by bringing school supplies, Mark’s visit was met with stiff resistance by the village patriarch, Antonio […]


UPDATE: Flooding in Peru

  Here is an update from the director of the Mana Day Care Center in Trujillo regarding the flooding: Hello, Mana, thank God, has not ceased to care for the children attending the project, we thought that at this time they would need the program more. The water has not affected the structure of Mana, […]


Flooding in Peru

Our garbage dump ministries and children at risk ministries in Peru have been affected by flooding. These ministries include: Elim, our ministry in El Milagro, Trujillo, Peru. Amijai, our children’s program in Victor Raul, Trujillo. Inca Thakhi, our sports camp ministry in Trujillo. Mana, our day care center. Also, one of our missionary families, the […]


Terrific Tuesdays 11-22-16

Hi to all of the Inca Link Global family, We have SOOO much to thank God for. We are having an Inca Linksgiving this week – Happy Thanksgiving to all of you 🙂 Check out the Inca Link Facebook and Twitter for stories from our missionaries on how they celebrate TGiving in their respective countries […]


Terrific Tuesdays 11-1-16

Hi to all of the friends of Inca link Global, We reached the goal of 5,000 likes on our Inca Link Facebook page! Thanks to all of you who helped with Wear it Wednesday to make it one of the most successful events we have had in reaching our goals.    These are some of […]


EARTHQUAKE UPDATE: Thank you for donating

We want to thank people for all of the donations that we received of food and money to get this work done. The food items were distributed to the following places off the coast of Ecuador where the earthquake was the hardest: • Pedernales: 50 Boxes • Chamanga: 500 Boxes, We have 800 children that […]