Ever park a motor home that is 36 feet long in a high risk neighborhood. We worked on the motor home on our street where Jason continued to make repairs.When we finally finished we were very excited to drive it to the feeding center. In order to drive it to the feeding center we had to navigate it through small, windy roads, over 55 speed bumps, down and up the mountains. In order to not have any traffic and to not have the small village streets congested with cars, we left at 3am. Praise the Lord the streets were clear and we didn’t meet anyone on the tight pin-curves. By 7:30am we were parking the motor home safely at the feeding center. Four and a half hours to get it there even without traffic which is only a half hour flight. Since Jason was sleeping in a shed when he goes to the feeding center this is a huge step up. Now the entire family goes out to the feeding center. The kids have a great time helping Jason clear the land with the tractor. Since we had no shower or electric before, Tressa is excited to be able to clean our kid’s up after being dirty all day and cooking meals. Just two weekends back Jason was able to prepare the land for sowing two more crops. Last week Jason flew into the feeding center to do more planning for expansion and to pick up a pastor that needed a ride from a long long way away at another village called Xela. The widows from the area came and shucked corn that they will use for grinding and making tortillas. All of the food goes to them. Thank you Lord for a permanent place for someone to live and thank you to Ted and Marge for donating it. We continue to pray for someone to live there permanently to oversee the Feeding Center.
- One Night Of Miracles, Retalhuleu, Guatemala
- Ever use a truck to store food crops