Cultivating Community with Cumbre Alta
Jason Rollins, Assistant Administrator and Athletic Director with Colorado Springs Christian School and Director of Player Development with Anglers FC, has served on mission in Ecuador before. In 2017, he led a group of students from CSCS to serve and minister with Inca Link and their professional soccer outreach team. Again in the summer of 2019, a group of students, parents and sponsors returned to working with Casa Deportiva Cumbre Alta. CDCA is dedicated to reaching the highest level of Ecuadorian soccer as the team looks to share Christ with those in their sphere of influence.
The Cumbre Alta professional team is currently in the 3rd division in Ecuador. A number of the team members come from diverse backgrounds, but most have very little resources. Sometimes the young people cannot even afford the $.25 bus fare to come to trainings and practices. Past trips and gear donations have allowed the club to share about the love of Jesus as they give athletes and coaches new equipment and supplies.
Rollins will lead a team of 18 down to Ecuador, June 10-19th. The Cumbre Alta club also works with an orphanage and has a youth academy — the hope has been that the continued success of the professional team will be an attraction for younger people and the youth academy where coaches can share and show the love of Jesus to young people.
Rollins and his team are requesting any equipment, warm-ups, jerseys, in various sizes from youth small to large.
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