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.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Last Day in San Marcos

Buenas tardes! We had another great day of service today. Medical saw over 140 patients at a clinic set up in Pastor Neri's church. The church people were very organized and so it was a very smooth day for them. Service did some much needed work on a couple of water filter systems, ensuring that the people served by Neri's church and people in a neighboring community have sufficient clean water for drinking. Childrens did programs at 3 different schools and an orphanage. The children really enjoyed the interaction with our students and they responded in large numbers to the evagelist's message of salvation and hope in Christ Jesus. Mime presented at a couple schools and at the town square in San Lucas, the town neighboring San Marcos. Pastor Neri's requests for permission to do the show there had previously been denied, but today the team just went to the park and asked in person and after a few minutes of proving they weren't trouble makers (and much prayer) they were allowed to do the program. Praise God what an opportunity to share the message with all of the people in that busy area of town.

Tomorrow we take a short ride down the hill to Malacatan. It is much warmer there and hopefully a littlel drier. It has been cool and wet here in San Marcos. But the weather has not impacted our ability to share The Gospel.

I will leave you with some pictures of the people we have been blessed with the oportunity to serve in God's name....


  • At 8:28 AM , Blogger Adele Frieder said...

    Thank you for posting these beautiful pictures and for your faithful updates! We are praying for you all.

  • At 9:03 AM , Anonymous Sharon Rask said...

    Hey Wooddalers, I love hearing your stories. It sounds like things are going well. You are doing great things and God is doing great things through you. I pray the weather is good, the teams stay healthy and you have lots of great opportunities to share the Lord. Even if it is just through your smiles and caring attitudes! Take care and have fun.
    Sharon Rask

  • At 5:12 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    We all love reading the blog each day. You are all in our prayers asking God for your health, strength and faith to be strong. I thank Him for giving you all this amazing opportunity!
    Ashley's mama

  • At 6:47 PM , Anonymous Beth Griggs said...

    It is so great to read about everything you guys are doing each day and everything that God is doing each day, working through each of you. Our family is praying for all of you each day, many times. At night as I lay in bed I pray for you and try to imagine where you all are sleeping. Thanks for keeping us all up to date on your daily activities. We miss you Briana!!!

  • At 7:25 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I enjoy hearing about your journey. Thanks for the updates! Know you are thought of often and prayed for more!!! Praying for God's special blessing as you serve the people of Guatemala. Get some rest tonight!

    The Chicago group got off this morning. No blog entries yet. Looking forward to hearing all of your stories!

    Kerry Fox

  • At 8:53 PM , Anonymous Beth Neubrech said...

    We also look forward to your postings each day. It's wonderful to hear about the work you're doing through Christ. Funny thing, the gospel today was about God asking us to take time to step outside of ourselves and focus on others. In the homily the priest spoke of the beauty of students on mission trips and how they are living the gospel by stepping outside of themselves and serving people of other countries who don't have as much as we do. God is very pleased.
    We miss you Kirsten.
    PS. We just finished watching the Eagles win the Baseball State Championship!


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