Posted by: calloftheandes | December 7, 2016

Staff Members Repair Star Over HCJB in Ecuador

A person is already at 9,350 feet in Quito, Ecuador, one of the highest capitals in the Western Hemisphere. This tower worker, Marco Manosalvas, added another 140 feet to that.

A person is already at 9,350 feet in Quito, Ecuador, one of the highest capitals in the Western Hemisphere. This tower worker, Marco Manosalvas, added another 140 feet to that.

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Vinicio Gualoto (Reach Beyond) and Milton Pumisacho (HCJB Ecuador) watch Manosalvas' progress as he prepares to lower the star.

Vinicio Gualoto (Reach Beyond) and Milton Pumisacho (HCJB Ecuador) watch Manosalvas’ progress as he prepares to lower the star.

Darrell Holden and Marco Manosalvas replace the transformer and a couple of neon tubes on the star.

Darrell Holden and Marco Manosalvas replace the transformer and a couple of neon tubes on the star.

3dec2016Now after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the days of Herod the king, magi from the east arrived in Jerusalem, saying,  “Where is He who has been born King of the Jews? For we saw His star in the east and have come to worship Him.” The Gospel of St. Matthew 2: 1,2
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