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.

Friday, June 17, 2011

some pictures


  • At 8:54 AM , Blogger mark and kelli said...

    Hello to my babies! And my baby!
    It is so great to see your faces and hear the stories of all he is doing in and through you. You are loved and missed but rest assured, you are right where you are supposed to be. We leave for the south side tomorrow. I will give your love to brad, shonnie and Joel. You keep doing his work and sharing the love of Christ all over gualvedor!
    We are praying! We love you and believe that you are giving and gaining more than you ever imagined! And this is just a glimpse of his glory! Be good. Love, Mama Kelli

  • At 9:18 AM , Blogger TAG said...

    Amy, great to hear from you and to hear from all the others! We are so glad your time in Guatemala has shown you God's love in a way you could otherwise never experience! Continue to persevere with the Lord's work. Stay strong! Love, Mom, Dad & Danny

  • At 10:26 AM , Anonymous Matthew Taylor said...

    Hey Bri!

    It's so cool reading all these updates on all the awesome stuff that you guys are doing! I can't wait to hear about everything when you get back. I'm thinking about you and praying for you. Keep doing God's work! I love you!


  • At 10:34 AM , Blogger Sheri said...

    It was so fun to hear from you last night. It was SO strange to think you had internet access! As I'm reading about bucket showers and picturing you typing on the computer--crazy! We miss your laugh and your craziness around here. Elizabeth and I cleaned your car, and guess what--the inside is TAN!! Who knew?! :) On the serious side, we do miss you a lot, but are so thankful you are exactly where you are, in the perfect will of God. You have a heart that seeks after God's own, you will reflect His passion and love for these people, and you will bring joy. He will show Himself strong for you as your heart is completely His. We can't wait to hear about your interactions with the kids, the host families, and within your team! We are excited you will come home knowing even more who He perfectly created you to be and His plan for you to make a difference in this world. You were handpicked by the Father for this time. I love knowing you will give it everything you've got because that is who you are. We love you so much. I will continue to pray that He will work beyond what we could ask or imagine, for strength, energy, health and safety, for your heart and for transformation. And after reading these posts, I will also be praying for the technology. We love reading the posts. Stay strong and keep smiling and laughing! xoxo, Mom

  • At 11:18 AM , Blogger DanaO said...

    It is so much fun to read about the adventures and God-sightings with the different teams. While we miss you greatly Monica (it's so quiet at home!)I am so excited and feel so blessed that you have this opportunity!! Thanks to the leaders who so diligently provide photos, updates, etc. and to the kids with their stories that bring smiles to our face as we read them!! Will continue to pray for safe travels, good health and great attitudes as the adventure continues!

  • At 4:43 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Thanks so much for posting photos of the wonderful OCA team! Son-son, we miss you but are so delighted to see how you and your team are serving God! Mr. Cory sends kisses! Love to the entire OCA team as you are God's hands and feet to the wonderful people of Guatemala. Love, Mom, Dad, Andrea and Cory Lima

  • At 5:51 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Caroline it was so good to hear from you. Sounds like the mime performances are touching the lives of so many. Will pray for the sound system but like you said God is stronger. And He can turn our trials into blessings. Love you so much and am so proud of you. Praying for renewed strength. Hope your taking some pictures! Mom

  • At 8:37 PM , Anonymous Steph said...

    Hola Madre!!!
    Hope you are having a wonderful day! Thanks for the little update. We will keep praying for you and the team :) Love you and miss youuuu TONS!

  • At 10:08 PM , Anonymous Peggy Perila said...

    Hello to Lauren Perila:
    It was so wonderful to see you in some pictures!! I love reading all about the great work that the teams are doing and how everyone is feeling, etc. I can't wait to hear all of your stories when you get back! I think about you all of the time. Keep doing God's work and we are praying for you! I'm so proud of you!! Take Care, Love Mom

  • At 2:27 AM , Blogger Nancy said...

    Much love to our dear Katie Rose! We are missing you so, praying for and thinking of you constantly! Hope you are feeling well and able to sleep.It is so good to know the Lord is right there with you through every moment - raining or sunny, from your high school graduation 2 weeks ago to doing intakes in the market in Guatemala. what a privilege He has given you to join with Him in doing His work along with fellow workers. May the Guatemalans be inspired by your love & care for one another as well as your loving service to them, just as you so tenderly do here.Love M&D

  • At 9:12 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Matt, It sounds like you have had some challenges,fuses blowing, high heat and rain. The Lord will help you over come. Dad and I continue to pray for you the rest of the group. We pray that you stay up beat, healthy,safe and that your all the best ambassadors to the Lord you can be! We miss you!! LOVE MOM & DAD

  • At 10:48 AM , Blogger Rox Martin said...

    Shelby we miss you so much and hope you are well and feeling God's presence in all that you are doing and experiencing. You are all in my prayers and as I was praying scriptures for teenagers, I want to share for leaders and teenagers something from the book, continue to put your faith in the God of Exodus 3:14, the One who is known as "I Am". Put it in the God of Psalm 145:13, the One who is "faithful to all his promises and loving toward all he has made." Put it in the God of Lamentations 3:22, the One whose mercy and compassion never fails. Put it in the God of Philippians 1:6, the One who promises that he will be faithful to bring to completion the good work he has begun in us/you. Put your faith in the God who is.
    It has been so good to hear your stories as you travel and know other things we can pray about.
    I can hardly wait to see your smiling faces and share hugs and more hugs.
    Grandma Murphy says hi and sends her love Shelby, and me too:-)

  • At 5:08 PM , Anonymous Sam said...

    Hey Sam - it was great to see pictues of you and your team. We can't wait to hear from you what you all have experienced. I hope you are taking pictures, espcially of the teams you are playing. I have "my team" of bible study prayer warriors praying for you all also; safety, good health and spiritual growth. We miss you a bunch. Any yes, you can't escape your mom even 1000's of miles away.... remember to take your malaria pill tomorrow (Sunday). Love, love, love ya -- Mom, Dad, and Hannah

  • At 7:19 PM , Anonymous Mom and Sarah said...

    Kalli, How is guatemela? hope your having fun! Thank you for writting to me dad and mom! I am sure you are touching lots of hearts with your drama. Prayers to You guys!-Sarah
    Kalli-the reports from the field are great and help us to understand some of what you are doing and going thru each day. I'm sure you love the 8 day old puppies. You did know better than Mom about the Disney Princess coloring book. I'm glad it is helping you to connect with kids. Stay well and strong. To God be the glory! We love and miss you.
    Love, Mom and Dad

  • At 7:59 PM , Blogger News team assemble said...

    Olo David! Thank you for your blog, we were happy to hear that you've been safe and and having incredible adventures! It has been so neat reading about how God is working in the lives of your group and how He is transforming the hearts of not only the Guatamalian people but also the OCA team! We have been keeping you, your peers, and the leaders in our prayers daily. Sam, Daddy, and I went to Back to the 50's hot rod show at the fair grounds, we saw Phil and and his Dad in their 1957 Ford F100awesome bright yellow truck, it was pretty neat! Love you lots!!! Be safe and make good choices. XOXOXO.... Mom, Dad, and Sam, and Maggie too.

  • At 12:59 AM , Blogger Jessica Schaetzke said...


    Ashley y Monica: me encanta la foto de las dos en el autobus..amigas de espanol para siempre! Looks like you're having a great time.

    Michelle: that's a great picture of you with the little girl..I hope you are enjoying your time.

    Abby E: Hola, espero que te diviertas mucho y que aprendas de tus experiencias

    Jaime C: disfrute de mirarte en la competencia de "state" en el salto alto. Eres fenomenal, diviertete en el viaje.

    Cam: eres siempre el mejor..gracias por escribir tanto, me gusta mucho saber de uds.


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