| Analyn Estrella shares her story before an |
international group of development workers.
|"It is an honor to meet you in person,"|
says Todd Engelsen, president of PEER
Servants, the Lydia Award organizer.
The Lydia award program is organized by PEER Servants and is named after Lydia, the entrepreneur mentioned in Acts 16:14 who used the proceeds of her business to expand the kingdom of God. Winners are microfinance recipients who show business growth, have good payment records, are innovative and creative, have a strong impact on church and community, have potential for further business growth, and have overcome major problems in growing their business.
Analyn was chosen from a pool of 20 nominees received from partner organizations of PEER Servants in 10 countries. She received a cash prize of $2,000 dollars with which to enhance her business.
TEE is an annual gathering of development workers hosted by the CCT Training and Development Institute in cooperation with ministry partners endPoverty.org, Hope International, and Peer Servants. This year’s participants are from Burundi, Cameroon, India, Korea, Malawi, Singapore, South Africa, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States and Zambia.
|Analyn and her family flanked by Carson Tan (extreme left) and Michael|
Salili, CCT Credit Cooperative peer servant (extreme right).
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