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Saturday, June 14, 2008

Kids on radio planned

We got word tonight that they would like to interview some of our students on the radio on Sunday morning. The kids will be on at 6:30 am (here) thats 7:30 am MN time.

You are supposed to be able to go to the site www.iglesiafuentedeuz.net and be able to hear the interview and singing. This is a group of 10-12 students.

Again- ive tried to post pictures and again failed...if you go to the site above its in spanish but from what i can tell if you click on the headphones on the right side you should be able to get the pod cast


  • At 9:28 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    OCA Family & Friends,

    The website for the radio interview tomorrow is:



  • At 10:03 PM , Blogger News team assemble said...

    Hola Sam! Thanks for your blog note. It sounds like you're having a fabulous time, and reaching lots of people for Jesus! We're up at the farm helping Papa and Gramma with chores. I used your tractor for mowing, and Mom planted flowers. David rode the 4-wheeler. Maggie loves it here! She's been running circles in the fields and playing in the mud. Frisky has 4 new kittens. They are only a week old and healthy - even though Frisky is keeping them in a box of broken glass! Rachel, Tim, Ella, and Addie are here too. The girls miss their big cousin! Addie is standing by us right now and clutching 4 pacifiers. Do you know anyone else that used to do that?!? Are you taking lots of pictures? Are you journaling? We look forward to hearing your stories. Is everyone taking turns writing in David's journal? Keep up the good work and sharing the Good News!
    Love you lots,
    Mom, Dad, David, Maggie, & Mak

  • At 11:27 PM , Blogger Brian said...

    Praying that God uses you on the radio to be an encouragment to the believers in El Salvador. And, I'm praying for safe travel tomorrow. Stay strong as you head to your last ministry site. And, take time to remember all that God is teaching you and doing through you. It sounds like it has been an awessome trip!

  • At 4:51 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Liz R.
    Great to hear from you. I'm glad the family you are staying with is so nice. We wen to Leah's dance recital and she was good. She showed no signs of stage fright at all. We are driving down to Grandpa Rendahl's house today for Fathers Day. Mom and I saw the new Indiana Jones movie last night. I enjoyed it. We continue to miss you! Love, Dad and Mom

  • At 9:04 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Sarah T

    Luke made Dad breakfast in bed. He learned how to crack eggs this week, so he has been making everyone
    poached eggs or scrambled eggs. His team lost a close game yesterday, so baseball is over for a while. Ryno is up in St. Michael with Dad for more baseball. I think Dad will have had enough baseball by the end of the weekend. We are going to miss you for the Father's Day golf outing. I know how sad you are to miss it! HA Had a few more storms. Lots of flooding in Iowa and Wisconsin. Very tough situations for those residents.

    We keep praying for you. Every picture on the blog that I see of you looking so happy with all the kids makes my heart burst. We very proud of you. I can't wait to see pics of what you have been doing.
    Lots of love,

  • At 9:54 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Nicole!!

    Sounds like everything is going well and you are enjoying your home stay. Today is Father's Day and we are will be picking up Grandma and taking her to Katie's grad open house for brunch. Lots of people have been asking about you and how your trip is going. We miss you!! Jamie has been busy with drivers ed and basketball and had to go to the dance recital twice :) We are continuing to pray for safety for the group and can't wait until you get back!!

    Love, Mom

  • At 10:41 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hey Ashley - Glad to hear that you are having a good time and the home stay is nice. Amazing how wonderful a real shower is when you haven't had one for awhile huh!? I can only imagine how intenstly hot it must be there in June - Costa Rica in January was hot enough. The weather here was great this weekend for a change so we are really enjoying it. Happy to hear you haven't been sick. (Must be that Weis stomach) :) Take care and hope the next leg of the journey goes well too.
    Love & Prayers - Kate & Tom

  • At 10:44 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hey Joshie!

    Just in case ya don't know yet...The Celt's are up 3-1 in the NBA finals...Game 5 is this evening.


  • At 11:36 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Lindsey Beard!
    We miss you girl! It's so fun to see pics of you and your team and hear you're having a great trip. I can't wait to hear all about it and hang out lots with you when you get back. Love you soooooo much! Your sis,
    PS. Elissa says: I miss you and love you.

  • At 12:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    OCA Team from the Radio Show,

    We heard you guys on the radio this morning and you were awesome! Josiah Smith would be honored that you chose to share his song "Speak to Me" among others during the interview. It is amazing how true worship of Him transcends all language barriers.

    Each of you were wonderful representatives of Wooddale, the United States and followers of Christ. We were very proud of you!

    May God bless you as you travel and minister in Jutiapa!

    Jan & Marty
    (Taylor Foster's folks)

  • At 12:22 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hola Christina,

    Hope you are having a safe and great travel day to Jutiapa. Let us know how the journey went once you arrive. Also, let us know how the radio broadcast went. It's noon, Sunday at home and Dad has a cold pack on the lower back (it's much improved) while Mom just left for a little grocery shopping, not quite as exciting and worthwhile as your day I'm sure. Mom went to Allie Casey and Brian Carpinen graduation parties yesterday; that may be a wrap on those events.

    Write soon! We miss you and love you!

    May God Bless you and your friends,

    Love, Mom and Dad

  • At 1:02 PM , Blogger Caitlin said...

    Hey Elizabeth,

    It's been so cool to hear from you. I was shocked to see you on FB. I hope everything goes smoothly today - do you have medical stuff planned for today? I think I'll try to go to the Sunday evening service at the church down the street from here, it's supposed to be a nice community. I hope you're having fun and that everyone is healthy.

    Love you.

  • At 1:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Liz R.
    Hi . We are at Grandpa Rendahl's house.We wanted to say HI. Wish him Happy Fathers Day.

  • At 1:33 PM , Blogger chris said...

    Amanda and Sarah W.
    Thanks for the great father's day card! Great to hear that things are going well for all the teams. God has blessed you in so many ways and I am proud that you are able to share His blessings with others. Travel safe and may God continue to pour His blessings upon all of you! Luv, Dad

  • At 2:08 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hi Kelli M,
    We're missing you and Tyler today. Celebrated Father's Day with both grandpa's last night with dinner at the cabin. Just as they were leaving, another big storm hit - again! Robbie made dad toast for breakfast this morning and we had a ping pong tournament. Of course, Robbie won. No holds barred, even on Father's Day! We'll wait to officially celebrate when you two get home.

    Below is a copy of an email that Mrs. J. sent - she said it was ok for me to copy to the blog for you to see. Here it is:

    Saw Kelli's entry. She is so dear. Tell her that Betsy and I think that even though Kelli is not sure what she ate for breakfast, we are pretty sure it was probably rabbit. :-))) When in doubt: Rabbit.

    Sounds like they are all doing well. What a neat group of kids.
    Wow. God is clearly at work.


    Love you Kelli!

  • At 5:44 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hannie Nickie,
    So good to hear from you! We had a tornado not too far from the cabin last night. Mo, Dance and Carrie made their tubing and bridge jumping maiden voyages with wet suits. Could you imagine that water if they hadn't? We were out on the lake and basically beat the storm--city folks! New baby robins and swallows at each of the doors.

    The SUVs trunk wouldn't close so dad had to rope it shut for the ride home. Always a car story! Your car goes in on Tuesday.

    The JAGs baseball made it to the 3AA state tournament. They beat St. Michael/Albertville to get there. Sorry about that Sarah B. They lost, however, to Coon Rapids 6-1. Jared and John might be interested to know, especially since Jared played with a lot of them.

    Stay positive, be flexible and spontaneous and pray often. Pull a Makenzie and get into some photos so we can see how you are doing! Smile!!

    Mom and Dad

  • At 7:15 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    To Liz R.

    Hi! It's uncle Wayne. I saw your mom and dad at Grandpa R's house today when we celebrated Father's Day!

    It looks like you are having a GREAT trip! And, it sounds like you are all doing some wonderful things. It's nice to be having fun, learning a lot about the world we live in and helping others all at the same time!

    I'm proud of you and the good things that you and your group are doing.

    Take care. I will be anxious to hear all about your trip after you get home.

    Gillian is in Seoul, Korea and is having a grate adventure. She will be gone for 2 months. We miss her, but are very happy that she has this chance to experience and learn more about Korea and the people in Korea. She is writing a blog on blogspot.com too! Her site is: www.gillianseoul.blogspot.com Maybe you can check it out after you get home!

    Well Liz, I hope you are safe, really involved in what you are doing and are enjoying all of the people you are having a chance to interact with. Keep up the great work! I'll talk with you when you get home!


    Uncle Wayne

  • At 9:20 PM , Blogger Gina said...

    Hi Jess!!!
    I miss you too. I'm glad you haven't gotten sick and when you get back you better be ready for volleyball open gyms cause I have to go to them and they are on my "day off" from hockey.
    Get back soon. I don't think mom can make it!!
    I love you


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