will and amanda eason


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Will and Amanda met in 2003 through involvement in a college ministry at Armstrong Atlantic State University, from which they both graduated. During their time at AASU, they were involved in several short term mission trips, both in the U.S. and in eastern Europe. God especially used these opportunities to reinforce their desire for and His call to foreign missions in their lives. Will and Amanda were married in February of 2008 and served in youth ministry at South Newington Baptist Church (near Savannah, Georgia) for over seven years.  During this time, they led several short term mission trips to Honduras, where Will acquired the name “Máximo.” Will was ordained to the ministry in 2010. Will and Amanda have two children – Emery and Selah.

Will and Amanda became connected to Inca Link through a friend who knew their love for the people and culture of Latin America.  God called them to Manta, Ecuador (sight unseen) in the fall of 2013.  They spent 2014 assisting Inca Link in the management of a children’s home called Montañita Verde outside of Manta, Ecuador.  God used this time to teach them the Spanish language, Ecuadorian culture, and the great spiritual need that exists here in Manta, Ecuador.  God has increased His passion in Will and Amanda for young people and, more specifically, the crucial role that the family plays to the spiritual well-being of children and youth.  Out of this passion, God has birthed an after school-care ministry called “Bonsai,” which Will and Amanda direct.

 

 

 

blog posts

  • Cat and Mouse About two and half months ago after church, I (Amanda) was standing around talking with some friends and saw something out of the corner of my eye. One of the many cats that have made themselves part of Wilton and Monica’s family at the church, (you know she’s a good ...
  • Introducing Bonsai Newsletter Imagine that you are a single mother living in a neighborhood plagued by crime and substance abuse.  Your four small children attend school in the mornings, but you have no one to take care of them during the afternoons.  You never finished high school because, like many of the girls ...
  • State of the Easons Address (April – June 2015) Click here to enlarge. Click here to continue reading.   Learn More About Bonsai Ministry
  • Blessed Be the Name of the Lord I have been contemplating how I would write this blog for weeks. First of all – I have NEVER blogged. Second of all – I don’t know HOW to write a blog. I decided to write, though, as I feel like I have been unable to express verbally the thoughts ...
  • Easons in Ecuador February – March 2015 click here to enlargeclick here to enlarge
  • Easons in Ecuador June – August 2014 click here to enlargeclick here to enlarge
  • Trust & Obey “And without faith it is impossible to please …” Hebrews 11:6a  It’s been just over a month since we accepted the call to serve at a children’s home in Ecuador through Inca Link, and this verse has popped up so many times and in so many places since then that it’s ...
  • Will & Amanda Eason – Children’s Home Missionaries to Ecuador click here to enlargeclick here to enlarge