Well, when I came to log onto the blog this morning I did not see the previous post(from June 3rd. So, I dod not know if you all are seeing these or not. It is okay thought! I will write anyway, just in case:-).
Things continue to go well here. We are remaining very busy. We had the oppurtunity to see a wonderful ministry for youth on Tuesday. It was very far out in the mountians and oh, was it beautiful! It is called El Refugio and I will have to wait to tell you more about it when we get home. The folks that run it are missionarries with International Teams...perhaps you can look it up on the net. It is close to a little town called Calacali. A very small town of about half indegenous people and has a small Baptist church. They have about 17 members and are pursecuted by the other people in the town. On Wednesday, we were invited to eat dinner with the pastor of Candelaria Baptist here in Calderon.It was a wonderful blessing, those people are very sweet. That brings us to Thursday, we went to tour HCJB radio and the hospital that they are affiliated with...they began it, I think. It is an amazing ministry and we had the privilege of hearing the testimony of a woman from the jungle and how this ministry helped her to know Christ and then provided her with a bible and healthcare. After that, Anita and I went to a women´s study, they called it a conference...I don´t know. There were perhaps 20 women there and Anita asked that I share my testimony...it was an awesome experience. I was able to share a little more thatn my testimony so it was very good. Today, I think we are going to be at a graduation of some sort...I am not sure. Nest week though will be very adventurous, we are going to go into the mountians to visit a missionary family. And a few other things that I will save to tell you later.I hope all is well there. We are doing very well. The kids have taken the busy lifestyle that we seem to lead here very well. A few of them had had mild stomach aches but Anita has been very good about pointing out which fruits will help that. And she and Joselito have been very careful about what we eat.God is doing so much here but there are still very many needs.Pray for these people. The kids and James are getting antsy...kayagama(see you later-in Quichua)
Heather and The Tribe