Operation Central America

Come and see what is happening on the Operation Central America missions trip. Also learn about the teams and their prayer requests.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

And a few more

Here are a few more pictures. We will post more on Saturday.


  • At 2:52 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    ¡Hola Jeff! Or should I call you Mr.Oompa loompa. haha. That name fits you well. Except that oompa loompas are short and you are really tall... ¿Cómo estas? ¿Te gusta Guatemala? Me encanta ver tu en los fotos. You look like your working hard. Stay safe and don't get sick. You are in our prayers.

    Your sis,

    P.S. The little boy in that one picture of you is soo cute.

  • At 4:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    you guys all look so cute!!

    Krista: I really really want to do something crazy to your room but i doubt that your mother will let me in:) You look like you are safe and healthy and having fun!! How's the explosiveness?? What happened to peter's head?? I wish you well!! Oh, today since I was off work, I showed Evan a pic of you:) it's the one at my birthday party where you are dressed up in farmer attire!! HAHAHA. I'm packing and rushing about trying to find a backpack and searching for stuff for my trip. I'm kind of scrabling cause I don't have you or my mom for assistance and to make shopping fun. I hate shopping...grr...frusrating

    Stay up late and we'd talk all night
    In the dark room lit by the TV light
    Through all the hard times in my life
    Those nights kept me alive
    We'd listen to the radio play all night
    Didn't want to go home to another fight
    Through all the hard times in my life
    Those night kept me alive


  • At 4:50 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Andrea,
    Your dad sent us the link. It is great to know you are having a good time in Guatemala. We can't wait to see you next month, bring your pictures, we will love to see them.
    The boys send you their love and so is Vo.
    Have fun and post more pictures.
    your aunt Eunice

  • At 6:55 PM , Blogger haley said...

    I'm loving all of the pictures! :)

    Say, Adam, I just thought of another reason you'll make a good doctor: the messy handwriting. Perfect.

    I'm looking forward to hearing from you! Lucy is, too.

    Take care,

  • At 9:42 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hey Sophie, Christina, Cole, John, Liz and Adam! I'm so excited about everything you've been doing and I've been praying for you guys--the cliffs and the toilets and all that. You're all AMAZING! Keep serving for God's glory and take lots of pictures.
    miss you all,
    so how big are those cockroaches??

  • At 9:57 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hola todos personas en la OCA '07 equipo! (or) Hi everybody on the OCA '07 team! This is John Hann. It is great to see all the pictures of you guys. I hope everyone is doing well and that people arn't too sick yet! I hope you are all bonding well and that all the projects are going smoothly. Keep praying for each other and do your best not to let conflicts get in the way of the team growing closer together. Satan stops at nothing to try and mess things up. I am so proud of all of you and keep up the good work. What you do there really does make a huge difference, ask anybody who is a repeat OCA operative!

    (for the mime team)
    you guys have an extra special and extra difficult task this year and my heart goes out to you! Keep pressing on and trust the Lord for strength. Prayer will be one of your greatest assets, especially during performances. Good luck and God bless!

    (For Greg)
    You are too kind my friend! I wish I could be out there with you and everybody else. It really is such an amazing mission. Are you adjusting to the Children's Team alright? Thanks for your hard work and commitment Greg! It does not go unnoticed!

    With much love,
    -John Hann

  • At 12:10 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Matt and the rest of the OCA team. Looks like you are having a great time and accomplishing lots. We are so proud of what the Lord is doing through you and the difference you are making for eternity. Just think - new souls will be in heaven for eternity because you were willing to let God use you in this way.

    Stay well and keep putting great pictures up for us all to see.

    We miss you all lots. Are you bringing your new little brother home with you? He looks like he is very energetic!

    Dad Crane

  • At 2:00 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Haha Greg! I miss you, and I friendship love you. =)

    Peter - I miss you! I hope you're having fun! Excited to yank out those stiches?

    ANDY ANDY. I'm still digging the new haircut!

    Krista - Keep showing your beautiful bright smile!

    Ashley - You have such a heart for kids... they must love you. =)

    Matt C - Keep being awesome with mime!

    Lizzy - I love you. =)

    Trent P - Maybe...just maybe...there will be homemade choco choco chip cookies here for you when you get back.

    Amanda - You're amazing! I love you.

    Kelly - Girl, I bet you're having so much fun. I can only guess everyone loves you. Especially the little ones. =)

    Christa - Woo! Yeah!

    Claire - What can't I say?! You're just awesome. Keep people healthy!

    Chelsey - Along with Krista, keep showing your beautiful smile!

    Love to you all!

    -Carleigh McCormick

  • At 8:38 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Chris and Brian, This blog is fun. I wanted to let you know that Nathaniel and Susan left messages for you on the day one comments. Bri, disregard the hackeysack request. Chris, I think Mrs. Koppendrayer's suggestion on the rocks is a good one! We love you and miss you. Bri, I think that the swingset will be taken away on Saturday!! JJ has expressed a little sadness about that. Maybe we can look into what it would take to build a small fort kind of like the one on the set now?? I think it would mean a lot to him.

  • At 8:41 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Dear Chris, I wanted to tell you about the video game. When I put an egg on the chows head and then gave the chow a bunny, it took the egg off. Love, Zach

  • At 8:48 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Chris and Dad,
    I found a tree toad at the Koppendrayers yesterday. On dark mode I got to this one thing where I am shadow. I can't wait to get my slingshot. By the way, what does the slingshot look like? And what color is it? Love, Jeremy

  • At 7:13 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hola Lindsay,
    Wow what an incredible experience you are having!!! What a feeling to touch so many peoples lives!! Pose for the camera (ha..ha)because I love seeing your smiling face on the blog!! Safe travels and can't wait to hear about your next adventure. Bless all of you for your compassion and hard work! Love you tons, Joan
    p.s. Hey Gidg hope all is well!

  • At 11:15 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Es una lastima que fuera enferma, pero estoy feliz que ya no estas "debajo del tiempo" haha, no pienso que puedo traducir los modisimos de ingles a espanol... tengo una familia en Chile! Hay cuatro hijos, un chico de 9 anos, una chica de 12 anos, un chico de 16 anos y un chico o chica de 17 anos. Si, Sr. Diaz es mi "hero" tambien. Y mi rodeo de las bicicletas era muy bien. Tengo que ir... adios!
    Paz, Catherine

  • At 1:38 AM , Anonymous Lacy said...

    People should read this.


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