We are so thankful for the sacrafice of 2 churches who were recently here helping us with the building of our home. It's amazing to watch the body of Christ working together for one common goal. We are not just building a house, yes we need a house to live in out here, but we are building a Kingdom together! the Kingdom of Christ!!! We are so grateful for the churches who have participated in this project with us. We have 3 more teams scheduled to come and help us. We are IN NEED of many more. If your interested in getting a 5-10 person group together to come and help us build, please email us with your interest. It's an amazing opportunity to expierence a different way of life and also to use the gifts the Lord has given to you. Here are some pictures of the teams that were here recently building the Kingdom of God with us. Thank you to Riverside Baptist in Helena, Al. and to Village PArkway Baptist in San Antonio Tx...
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
We are so grateful to God for the opportunity to be a small part of lowering the Infant Mortality Rate here. The Cabecar Indians have the highest Infant Mortality rate in the entire country. Ruth is the first girl enrolled in the Earn While You Learn program and Dianna, her baby makes one less possible infant fatality. We are excited about the doors the Lord is opening to reach out into the reservation even more. More news to come concerning that. The Doctors and nurses at the hospital in Turrialbla welcomed me and even allowed me to participate in the actual birth of Dianna, a true miracle and we believe a confirmation from the Lord that we are moving in the right direction concerning our efforts to reduce the Infant Mortality rate. Here a couple pictures of Me, and Ruth with her precious Dianna. Thanks to all who have prayed, supplied baby items, and supported this effort financially. If you would like to participate in that way, please see the Pay Pal feature on our blog or email us to see how you can be a part of this effort. We are always in need of assistance.
Posted by Mark and Marge at 9:42 AM