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Santo Domingo

Posted by on October 20, 2011

Well, it has been a busy week at the camp.  After having a FACE meeting in Quito, we left late afternoon on Friday to travel to Santo Domingo for the Camp Committee meeting on Saturday.  Joel had a surprise out-of-the-blue meeting that popped on Friday night right when we got there but things went well.  And things went well for the main Camp Comittee meeting on Saturday.  We were able to work through one particularly difficult situation (thank you for your prayers!) as well as as make several other important decisions.  Joel then preached on Sunday, which was his first time preaching completely in Spanish.  Things seemed to go very well as the pastor was very encouraged and preached a second sermon after his sermon that further emphasized what Joel was saying in his sermon.  We took that as a compliment!

Since then, we just have been hard at work at the camp with lots of things to do.  This was a work week for us as we were inviting others to come join us to help better the campgrounds.  No one else came this time but we are hoping that in the future with  more invitations and more work weeks that other volunteers will be able to make it out.  Here are some pictures of  the activities that we were doing.

Simeon helping mom with the painting.

Mom and Simeon getting pumpkin seeds to plant in the new garden.

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