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Saturday morning we headed off to a little tourist village called Valle de Angeles. There are lots of souvenir shops and hand-made crafts. The kids had fun finding gifts for family and friends.
Getting ready to enjoy Honduras' famous baleada. They are made of flour tortillas filled with re-fried beans, sausage, and cheese. I love them!
At Valle de Angeles the taxis are tuk tuk's from India. Some of the kids had fun riding around in these little things.
Saturday afternoon was the last day of the vacation Bible school. Sis. Burch finished telling the story of Joseph.
We ended the Bible school with a pinata. The children looove pinatas.
We split the team into two groups to do two VBS's. One stayed at Tiloarque and the other group did a VBS in Las Uvas. Here is the group with the kids at Las Uvas. I don't think the children at Las Uvas had ever had a VBS, they really enjoyed it!
I was thankful for the Lord's help during the campaign. We had some difficulties with rain but Saturday night we held it under the roof on the bleachers because the rain was too hard. We had probably around thirty or so from the community come and hear the preaching. This neighborhood is very dangerous. Two days after this campaign 3 people were killed near this soccer field. Thanks to all who helped pray for these services! We had some come to our church on Sunday morning who heard about us at the campaign.
The group sang and gave testimonies. Despite the rain, God helped.