Tuesday, July 10, 2012


Just across the street from the HCJB community development office in Shell is Steve Saint's i-TEC organization which utilizes modern technology to equip jungle missionaries and doctors that serve in remote regions. The foldable chair in the pictures below are a great example. The chair folds into a 30ish pound backpack that can be easily transported by the missionaries who are dropped by plane into the Amazon. Sort of like the Swiss Army Knife for missionaries, this chair can act as a dentist chair, stretcher, or operating table that is perfect for doctors looking to help the romote communities. Villagers in Woarani, Shwar, Quechua and other jungle communities will now have access to a sort of medical attention the likes they have never even dreamed of before. Now that is what I call engineering.


  1. Love the updates... Keep em coming! Praying for you.

  2. That is so cool! People can come up with such creative ideas!