Last Weekend's Events

This past weekend we made a trip to San Pedro Sula. The church there was celebrating their 12th anniversary. We were invited to participate in the celebration. It was nice getting away and seeing some old friends. We also took some of our people with us, they had never been to the church there and had never been to San Pedro Sula, it was a unique experience for them. Thankfully we had a great weekend and we made it home safely.
Pastor Roger Ortiz baptized several young people on Saturday. Here he is getting ready for the baptism service.
President Grant gave a special challenge to the candidates.
Roger and the six young people who were baptized.
It was a beautiful moment to see these young people making a commitment to serve the Lord.
One of the nice surprises was meeting Sis. Reiff. She arrived with a medical team that was going to work in San Luis with Daniel Melton. We heard she was coming so we went to the airport to say hi.
There were good crowds every night. The Lord really helped Juan Cux to preach the word!
On the way home we stopped at one of our favorite places, Lake Yojoa. We enjoyed some delicious fried Tilapia.
A freezer full of Tilapia. You can pick the size you want.
Very tasty. I actually got up the nerve to eat the eye. It was quite interesting. The outer part was very mushy and the inside felt like a BB. Anyways, the fish was great!


Jeanne said...

yuck!!! eyeballs????

I never tell you, but I enjoy looking at your blog and seeing all the great work you are doing down there. Thanks and keep up the good work! Even if it is eating eyeballs, uck!

mmmmmmmm.....Tilapia from the river or freezer? I remember mine, it tasted just like the river. lol. it was so much fun though.

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