Avid College Student Commits to Field Volunteer in El Salvador
Kyle Davis joins the project underway to construct homes for abandoned and at-risk children on a farm outside the city of San Salvador. A fourth year student pursuing a Construction Science Degree at Texas A&M, Kyle will give five weeks of his time and energy to advance the construction plans and site preparations as a volunteer with Third Lens Ministries. Within an industry that has struggled through recent economic downshifts, this developing professional seeks to build a bridge that connects the work of his hands with the call for his life.
After a seven month internship with a San Antonio based General Contractor, Kyle found affirmation in his personal abilities and educational base to excel in the construction profession. Engaged in Breakaway Campus Ministries, Kyle had life-changing experiences that brought him great joy and fulfillment. As his college graduation approaches in December, he refers to the remaining time saying,
“I would love to harness these skills and my time to advance the Kingdom through interacting with the locals and providing them with a new quality building.”
Third Lens will incorporate his training to strengthen on-site preparations and scheduling tasks for this and upcoming phases of the facility development taking shape on the farm. Additionally, he will assist in on-going projects with visiting mission teams to partnering organization La Casa.