One of the first children to come to Casa was Alex back in 1989. Later Sara and her sisters. Years later they married and have 4 children and are dorm parents to older boys. Sara’s sister Geneis had kidney and one to the sisters donated a kidney and the was the beginning of the dialysis ministry. Two new children arrived today.
Finally, some of you will have received an e-mail from another of Casa’s blog categories on Wednesday – announcing two new areas we would love to communicate with you about. If you did not receive a blog distribution from Josue entitled “Casa Campus Life Updates”, there could be two reasons. 1) it could have ended up on your junk folder, or 2) you are not “opted in” to receive communications from these two new blog categories. So could you please check your junk – and if you see the e-mail there, just tag it as “not junk” and you are good to go. If it is not there, would you consider clicking the “UPATE YOUR PREFERENCES” link below and updating your areas of interest. This link will send you an e-mail so you can privately update your preferences. Remember, to check your junk folder if the e-mail does not arrive shortly after you click. We are committed to honoring your preferences for communication and will only send you information based on your preferences.