César Carhuachin puts into practice the principles he teaches future Colombian ministers
by Pat Cole | Presbyterian News Service
Mission Co-Worker César Carhuachin, second from left, visits with some of his Venezuelan friends. (Contributed photo)
LOUISVILLE — Just steps away from the Reformed University campus where he teaches, Presbyterian mission co-worker César Carhuachincomes face to face with some of Colombia’s most marginalized people.
He encounters Venezuelan refugees who seek to survive by selling candy on the streets. Earlier this year, the United Nations estimated that 3.4 million Venezuelans have fled their homeland, where political repression has created severe economic hardship and pervasive shortages of food and medicine.