Our Journey Home

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Quick update!

We have so so many stories to share! David and I hope to take turns blogging about all these amazing stories, but we have been very busy on this trip! wink! I did want to take a minute to give a praise report... almost 400 people have made a profession of faith! Praise God!
Thank you so much for praying!

This is a picture of approximately half of the translators for this trip. I think there are
close to 40 translators in all.

Our translators... what a blessing! They love the Lord, and they are eager to share the gospel. We are so thankful for their ability to speak both Spanish and English. (Actually, most of the translators speak more than 2 languages! Wow!) The translators range in age from 14 years old to late 20's.  They have been such an incredible encouragement. We cannot thank them enough for all their hard work and sacrifice for this trip!

Waiting to go inside our classroom.

Several of the older students were working on this mural, out in the courtyard.

Just like the other school, there is not just one building, but instead there are multiple
small buildings for the classrooms.

This is a picture just outside the school; notice the razor wire above the fence. Razor wire is
everywhere here.

I had to take this picture to show our little boy, JJ! He loves motorcycles (aka 'bo-bikes') and
these pizza delivery bikes are always zooming by us!
This last picture is of Aaron and me. Aaron is five years old, we had the opportunity to pray
for Aaron. He is sick and he is currently having testing done by doctors to
help find out what is wrong. Aaron's father was murdered 2 years ago. He is a precious
little boy.
"How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!"-Romans 10:15b

1 comment:

  1. Loved these pictures from your trip! Praise the Lord!