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Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 11:16:51 pm


Saturday morning in Chinandega Nicaragua brings another beautiful day. The parsonage is complete and this is our free day. One last thing to do, We stopped at Posoltega on the way out and Jerry presented a Scholfield Bible to Pastor Felix. God had told him to bring an extra bible and Jerry didnít know what for until last night and Omar found out that Pastor Felix had a need. His was about worn out. As we started to leave Aaron ran out of the house hugged and kissed us bye with tears in his eyes. It was another touching moment of love this family has shown. Off to Granada for a boat ride around the islands of Lake Nicaragua. It is known to be the only fresh water lake with sharks in it. We toured for about an hour on the Guapotona, we called it the SSMinnow with Daniel (the interrupter) as Gilligan for a 1 hour tour. We toured around the lake and seen expensive vacation homes on different islands. Some were around 1 million dollar homes. We saw some spider monkeys and a Congo monkey. It was a leisurely wind down time after a busy week. Back in the van and off to the market to get souvenirs before the trip home. All souvenirs bought and on the road to Managua. We met Omar at the motel and had supper with him and his family. Well the time has come to say good bye to them, it is a sad time to leave as we have all become family. Jasmina and Emily went around and hugged everybody bye. Final farewells to Ruth and Omar best wishes and safe travels for all. It has been a wonderful spiritual journey working for the Lord, building relationships, and loving friends with a week of work, laughter, tears, and love. The team is sad to leave our Nicaraguan family but we are excited to be heading home tomorrow to our families. All is well in Nicaragua We will see you all tomorrow The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Saturday February 9, 2013 - 12:20:41 am


Friday started off pretty slow as we are nearing the completion of Posoltegas parsonage and everything is winding down. Most of the team went to finish the doors and cleanup. Some stayed to do some electrical work at the team house and everything was completed by lunch. At the team house an expansion is taking place and that construction was started. This ministry is growing with Godís blessings. The team went to a village called Tonala to look at a church that is in need of a parsonage. This maybe next yearís mission trip. Back to Posoltega for the dedication service. The church was worshiping as we pulled in. Pastor Felix gave a very emotional speech thanking God for the blessings he has received with this house. He read from Numbers Chapter 6 verse 24-27. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee: The Lord make his face shine upon the: The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace: and they shall put my name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them. He said Him and his wife had prayed for a house or a place to call home for 3 years. They would get up at 3 am and pray and they had the faith that God would provide for their needs. He expressed his love for God and his love for the team and all that had been done there. He said that all the team had shown their love for his family in all their actions. All the love came from the heart and everybody had been blessed. The church had prayed for the team last year and we had received a great blessing. Pastor Felix called us all to the front, He and the elders prayed for the team. As they prayed for us we could not understand the language but there was no language barrier tonight, you could feel the Holy Spirit as they prayed for us. There was a light touch on each members back at some point in the prayer, it was almost like God himself reached down from heaven and touched you. The outpouring of love was not of this world. Pastor Felix talked about the friendships that have been made and it would be a sad time when we have to leave so soon. Jerry got up and read scripture Psalms 133 Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down the beard, Aaronís beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments: as the dew of Hermon and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the Lord commanded the blessing, even life for evermore. Jerry told them it was a pleasure to be in Nicaragua. He wanted them to continue praising the Lord like they had been while we were working. And we were all impressed with the church praying a special blessing on us and he challenged them to continue to worship and pray as they have been. Layton explained to Posoltega that we were just a small team commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church to come to Nicaragua with planting the seed of the gospel, reap the fruit from fields we had not sown and to finish the work. We are just representatives of the church and many of the members have worked hard to send us to Nicaragua. The commission has been successful and we have accomplished all 3 things. Layton also was asked to dedicate a child to Christ tonight. Then we proceeded to the parsonage for the ribbon cutting ceremony. Layton prayed for Pastor Felix and his family then his wife and the ladies of the team assisted in the ribbon cutting. Most everybody got to go through the house; they had already moved in and were so proud of their new home. As the mission draws to an end it has been a spiritual journey that will never be forgotten. Relationships have been built leaving us with a heartfelt concern for their safety and well-being. It is with some sadness we will be leaving these people behind for now but one thing is for sure, we will see them again. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Friday February 8, 2013 - 12:03:52 am


Another beautiful day in Nicaragua God has given us to continue the mission work commissioned by Darthula Baptist Church. The parsonage is nearing completion with the finishing touches going to be done today or early tomorrow. The painting has been completed, the doors are just about finished, and the electrical has been finished. Tomorrow the parsonage should be completed and the final clean up done by lunch. God has touched this family as Pastor Felix had gone to the doctor and arrived about 1 hour before we quit for the day, you could see the love of God on their faces. They were pointing to the sky and thanking the Lord for his blessings. They have looked at this mission as a gift from God. The team has been blessed to serve the Lord. During the morning a group of church members came to praise the Lord and have a bible study. It was a blessing and lightened the work as they praised the Lord. At the completion they came around and greeted all the team members. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. Looks like Omar was caught trying out one of the beds and I guess you will have to go to Omarís facebook to see Darlene scratching her head. As the work day drew to a close we packed up and went to the team house for a quick shower and supper as we needed to get to Belen for the last day of the crusade. The turnout was greater again tonight and the worship music was in full swing when we arrived. Layton preached another powerful message with Omar translating immediately. I donít know about the Nicaraguans but I suppose they are like us and we receive a double blessing as the message is delivered. The Holy Spirit walks among us. As the altar call was given it is hard to say how many people responded. Layton, Pastor Rogers, Pastor Gerald, and the team were all praying with people. Some rededicated their lives to Christ and some were just hurting. At the end of the service there was time for handshakes and hugs with our brothers and sisters in Christ. As God watches over us all is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Thursday February 7, 2013 - 12:19:51 am


Another great day for the Lord in Nicaragua. The team headed out to the parsonage this morning with great expectations for nearing completion of the project. Mark and Roddy went to Chinandega shopping for doors. It is an experience in itself to shop in Nicaragua. The painting of the parsonage is just about 90% complete. Mark worked with Juan and William and hung the 2 outside doors. It is looking good. Pastor Felix is real excited about his new home. His family will come in and sit down in the house and look around, they canít believe how God is blessing them. Pastor Felix has 2 sons that play music for the church and his other son cleans the church for his gift to God. Today he was seen mopping the floors before the team had lunch in the church. The electrical progressed very well today and it is about 80% done. Work stopped about 1:30 today due to Juan finishing the concrete in the main room of the house. Arriving back at the team house some relaxed and prepared for the crusade, Mark and Roddy went on visitation with 20 + church members. About half of the gift bags were distributed. We also rewired the outlet for the dryer at the team house and oops Darius lost his AC. Darius had rewritten the lyrics to a song referring to some members going after cinnabons instead of going to the work site. After power was lost to his air conditioner he promised to rewrite the lyrics for cool air. The camera duals continue with Darlene and Omar. See who can catch who in the most compromising position. About 6 we left for the crusade and they were cranked up already. Praise and worship songs rang throughout the village. Laytonís message last night was about David facing Goliath and tonight every young boy had a sling shot. This blessed the team by showing that even the children heard the message last night. The turnout tonight was just about double and instead of the people sitting in their houses with the TV on they were sitting on the street or in their yards listening to the message. Layton and Omar were extension of God again tonight as Layton preached Omar translated almost simultaneously and with all the fire Layton had. God is reaching out to these people through this crusade. We have seen God moving in these people and are expecting to see more in our remaining days. At least one person came to know Christ tonight and he was one of the families visited by our team. The altar call brought many people forward requesting prayer for various giants in their life. Tomorrow night will be the final night of the crusade, please keep it in your prayers. The seeds are being sown in this village and God is here. All is well in Nicaragua. The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Reuben our van driver was the first person to the altar requesting prayer for his giants. The team responded with Reuben and we prayed for him and ask the church at home to remember Ruben as he faces his giants. Darlene prayed with a lady at the altar who had been touched by the spirit of the Lord from Laytonís message. The camera dual continues with Omar and Darlene. We are not allowed to post some of the pictures but you can see them on Omarís facebook. Darlene did post a picture of Omar wearing a ?????? As the day winds down in Nicaragua God has been great and we have been fed by the spirit. All is well in Nicaragua The Team In His Service


Posted By:The Team


Date and Time Posted: Tuesday February 5, 2013 - 11:42:27 pm


Tuesday started early with some of the team having a deep biblical conversation at daybreak. Everybody was eager to get the day started to see what the Lord has in store for us. The team split up to work at the parsonage and at the team house. At the team house we installed fans and new light for the womenís dorm. The rest of the team continued painting of the parsonage while Juan and his crew finished the roof and hung one of the security doors. This is a real painting crew they have been through 45 gallons of paint and still not finished. After Lunch, Darius and Betty went on visitation with some of the church members. They visited about 15 homes and prayed with the families. We plan on more visitation tomorrow and Thursday. We will be accompanied by some of the church members tomorrow and will distribute gift bags. As supper time got close we scrambled to get cleaned up and eat supper anxious to get to the crusade. Upon arrival at Belen the crusade was held at the front of the church facing into the village. A stage was built about 6 feet off of the ground and oh what a sound system. It consisted of 12 big speakers, they love to worship loudly. There were several worship and praise songs sang before Layton was called to preach. Layton brought a powerful message about facing your giants with Omar translating. As the message was being delivered you could see Gods anointment on it with Layton preaching and Omar translating almost simultaneously. God was working in the village of Belen as the word infused into houses blocks away. People were sitting along the road and in doorways listening. Like Sunday it is hard to put into words the spirit has invoked into the team and the people of Nicaragua. At the altar call several people went forward requesting prayer to face their giants. Re