Following the Solid Rock International blogs is the best way to stay current with the day-to-day happenings of our organization in the Dominican Republic. Check back frequently for updates on all that is going on with SRI teams, missionaries, and projects!
REVOLUTION Campaign Blog A new clinic is being built in San Juan that will truly be a REVOLUTION for the community. SRI is constructing a new non-profit clinic that will fulfill our original vision of serving the poorest of the poor while providing opportunities to expand available services to the southwestern region of the Dominican Republic. Follow along on the REVOLUTION Campaign blog for the latest updates on fundraising and construction progress. Check back often for pictures, videos, and the most current information on this project!
Jason & Nicole’s Blog We originally accepted God’s call to serve in San Juan in 2016 with our children, Ethan and Miriam. We’ve already seen some parts of SRI’s ministry in action and feel blessed to now be part of the team. As the Child Nutrition Program Coordinator, I (Nicole) have the opportunity to use my organizational and patient care skills in a brand new way. As Operations Support Coordinator, I (Jason) get to use my knowledge in construction and maintenance to assist teams and projects throughout SRI ministries.
Jeff & Kamanda’s Blog We are excited to be in San Juan with our two kids, Braegan and Brantley. As the In-Country Directors, we are using our skills to ensure effective ministry is taking place for all those who serve through SRI. This involves planning with teams before they come, managing our staff, and overseeing in-country finances. We also support the Guesthouse Host in a variety of ways. We love this city, this country, this culture, and feel privileged to serve our Lord in this manner. We look forward to serving alongside you.
Sarah’s Blog My very first mission trip was to the Dominican Republic with SRI and I am so excited to now be a part of this incredible organization. As Medical Coordinator, I am able to make the most of my nursing education and organizational and communication skills as I work to bridge the gap between medical volunteers and the CCSI clinic. Helping people is my greatest passion and I am grateful for the opportunity to serve in the Dominican Republic alongside others who feel the same. I’m excited for what God has in store for us!
Tyler’s Blog I spent many of my adolescent years visiting San Juan on volunteer teams. I am thankful to now be serving full-time as the Guesthouse Host. I am most excited to give those who serve with us a wonderful home away from home experience. I also look forward to watching what God has planned with each new group that arrives. God is doing so many positive things through SRI and I am really excited to be a permanent part of this amazing organization!