contact

There are a variety of ways to connect with us. We have options for any budget.

Like things to be fast and free? Shoot us an email at one of the addresses below. We can also talk via apps like iMessage, Skype, Facetime, WhatsApp, and Messenger. Have a little time and a little change? It costs just over $1 to put a stamp on a postcard and send it our way… and it’ll only take about 3 months to get here! It takes a month to get to Papua New Guinea, another few weeks to get from the capital city to the town of Madang. And then anywhere from 1-8 weeks before a supply helicopter will make it out to the village. Feeling patient and generous? For around $60 you can send us some of the sights, smells, and tastes of America in a package from home. And finally, are you swimming in the dough with tons of time on your hands? For a mere 6 to 7 grand you can come visit us in Mawerero. It’s not the easiest place in the world to get to, but it is certainly among the most beautiful.

CONTACT US BY EMAIL:

zachlovescassidy@fvpng.org and cassidyloveszach@fvpng.org

CONTACT US BY SNAIL MAIL:

Finisterre Vision
Attn: Canns
Box 765
Madang, M.P. 511
Papua New Guinea

5 thoughts on “contact”

  1. Zach, we will always remember attending CBC with you and being a part of the same small group. It is amazing to see how God is using you. I look forward to hearing all about your experiences. You have a beautiful family. May God bless you and watch over you and bring you home safe.

  2. Praise God you all arrived safe with your luggage. I’ve packed up and labeled all he meds we we’ve gathered. They are with the rest of the things to go onto the shipping container. I’ll be emailing you he spreadsheet with he details. We miss you all and cannot wait to see what the Lord will do. The boys and I will be faithfully praying for you all!

  3. Hello Zach! For some reason I’m not getting notified when you post updates. 🙁 Thank you, when you can make the time, for making sure I’m on your list. 🙂

    1. Hi Patty! Thanks for checking in. God continues to uphold us here in Mawerero through may toils and snares. We were without internet for a couple months, thus the silence from our end. I’ll hopefully write more on our blog about happenings here. Thanks for praying for us!

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