As part of our weekly schedule, we have been going to Kona's Old Airport Beach and doing landscaping on their walking path.
It's been a great opportunity to pour into the local community in such a practical way and to thank them for welcoming us onto their land.
It's so important to YWAM for the local community to know that we are not here just to use their land as a training facility, but that we also care about the people that live here and the land that they have let us use.
Last month, we were greatly honored by "West Hawaii Today," a local newspaper, that wrote an article on the work that we have been doing at Old A's...
Popular walking path gets some TLC | West Hawaii Today, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Hawaiian culture is so respectful towards their land and their people, and we hope to be able to demonstrate to them that we honor that value as well.