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July 23rd Recap

Medical Team

Over the course of the week the surgical team was able to perform 25 operations.

Women’s Team

The women split up and went to various places today. One of the team members got to visit Pasitos De Jesus. We have worked with this group of girls for many years and every year we visit it seems that they bless us more than we bless them. One girl had written a letter to our team member because she remembered when she had visited last year.

Team 1

Today Team 1 had the privilege of visiting the Leprosy Center. This is a facility that the Prince William team has had the opportunity to visit for 3 years in a row, the team has raised money throughout the year to support the center and the team has written letters throughout the year to encourage the patients. They were blessed to be able to continue building relationships with the patients.

In the afternoon the team went to Cristo Rey to visit a church that will be starting the Abundant Life program next year. We were encouraged to see the generosity of the church. We put on a VBS program, played with the kids, and then were able to see the facility where the students get their meals.

Team 2

The team visited Pasitos De Jesus in the morning. The girls at the orphanage sang for the team right before they left. One of the team members was moved to tears when she heard them sing because she realized that these girls have no parents and very little possession yet they have the joy of the Lord.

In the afternoon the team was at Lorena’s church and before they left they were able to lead a group of 5 people to the Lord.

Team 3

In the morning the group went to El Pajarito. They put on a VBS program and were able to meet with children and lead some of them to Christ.

In the afternoon the group went to Pasitos de Jesus. They were able to help paint part of the facility as well as see the new dormitory that was built over the past year. The team was encouraged to see the progress that has been made through Pasitos de Jesus over the past few years.

Team 4

In the morning this group went to El Pajarito and ran a VBS group. Then in the afternoon the group went with Mirqueya to give out food and meet with some of the women in the community. One team member was discouraged that she was not going to get to see the girl that she sponsored and she randomly showed up to the VBS that was not very close to the school. It was a beautiful picture of what it may look like when we get to heaven.

Team 5

In the morning the group went to Pastor Johnny’s church and put on a VBS program and many of the children were so happy to just visit with the team. Also after the skit a 7 year old boy came to know the Lord.

In the afternoon the team went to Pueblo Nuevo and played baseball and other games with the neighborhood kids. The group also put on their skit and VBS program.

Team 6

In the morning the group went to Spring in the Desert Day Care and did a mini version of their program. The team was also able to help serve the children breakfast.

In the afternoon the team went and did door to door visits in El Pajarito. One team member shared the gospel with a group of 4 boys and two of them accepted Christ. They also shared the gospel with a older gentleman that was a Christian but had stopped following the Lord and he recommitted his life to Christ. In total the team had the opportunity to see 5 people dedicate their lives to the Lord. Praise the Lord!

Other

Some students got to take a side trip and go to a village and visit with a group of boys that wanted to continue a conversation that a volunteer of ours had started the day before. While out sharing the gospel a student got to see one of the children he has been sponsoring for the past 4 years. The group also got to share the gospel with many other people on the street.

Some other students went out to the hospital and got to pray with some patients. Then the group went to a tougher neighborhood to do some street evangelism. This group also got to share the gospel with the hotel staff. They put on a whole program and were able to see 4 people accept the Lord. This is a service we have been doing for 4 years now and we have been blessed to see people accept Christ each year.

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July 22nd Recap

July 22 2015

Medical and Team 1

Today team 1 and the medical team went to Caballona to run a medical clinic and a children’s program. We were able to share the gospel with over 100 children. After program time we were able to play with children, paint their nails, do some face paint, and hang out and talk. One of our team members shared the gospel using the color beads and led 7 children to the Lord. Another student shared the gospel with a group of children and 4 of them accepted the Lord, as did a woman that was standing nearby listening! A few members of the group went out into the village to do some home visits and were able to visit with a 96 year old man that was sold out for the Lord – so encouraging! Due to getting there late the medical team thought they were only going to be able to visit with 50 patients – but they were able to visit with 90 patients!

Women’s Team

For the past two years the women’s team has put on a conference for local women. One of the ladies has come to the conference for the past two years and she has always been extremely shy. Last year this woman accepted Christ and when our Women’s team ran into her today she was joyful and had her head held high. Such a testimony of the Lord changes lives.

The other half of the team went with team 6 and after the lesson was presented they broke into small groups and some of the women’s team members was able to pray with a lady and lead her to the Lord.

Team 2

In the morning Team 2 went to Many’s Church. After the program a team member was sharing the gospel with a Dominican named Kenny and he accepted the Lord.

In the afternoon the team went to Mirqueya School to hand out food bags, they also were able to put on a program for the village. Many of the children were easily distracted but one young boy was so focused on the gospel message and then earnestly prayed to accept the Lord. Another team member was able to share the gospel with a woman as they were getting back on the bus and the woman accepted Christ.

Team 3

The team spent the morning at Emmanuels house to do some work around the school. Some of the team members were sandpapering the walls and started singing worship songs. As they were working they were also able to share the gospel with some of the men doing construction on the school.

In the afternoon the team went to a different village to share the gospel and perform their skit.

Team 4

Team 4 went to Santa Domingo to help with the Abundant Life program, they worked with Pastor Hanlix’s church.

Team 5

Today team 5 worked with Pator Lolo’s Hatian church. The morning started with Pastor Lolo sharing his testimony. Then the team helped with the Abundant Life program. The team demonstrated how we can lay our burdens at the feet of the Lord and cling to our blessings. A student shared her testimony and after she finished two of the women accepted Christ. The team was also able to perform their skit and 6 children accepted Christ through that.

Team 6

The team visited Pastor Lhonneur Letroy which is a Haitain Church. The team was able to share the gospel and play with the children. Some team members were able share the gospel through the tracts we had. In the afternoon the team was able to break up into groups and go door to door to share the gospel. During that time the team led 3 people to the Lord.

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July 21st Recap

July 21st

Team 1 (Prince William)

Went to Aleman to visit Pastor Manny’s church and share the gospel with 80 kids gathered for a program. They also went to Spring in the Desert Daycare in the afternoon to work the 30+ children there. After the children’s program, they went in the community to share the gospel door to door. Total, the PW team shared the gospel with around 130 people today!

Team 2

Went to visit a new site where they met with Pastor Jean Cadet. It’s primarily a Haitian church with 300 members. They were the first American group to ever visit this site, which delighted the pastor and brought a lot of encouragement to him and his congregation. This was the second day they visited in a row and could tell of the impact Empowering Action’s Abundant Life program is having on the community.

Team 3

Went to Miguel Reinoso’s church to help Medical Team minister in the community. They had the privilege of seeing two people come to know Jesus today as they served!

Team 4

They went to Los Brujan which has a rural church that was planted two years ago. The Rock gave New Years Aid funds to help with this sight and the kids were able to see the transformation of the community. One student shared how she visited a woman she was able to lead to the Lord on a trip two years ago!

Team 5

Visited a new pastor named Lyvio Gabriel and helped him shared the Gospel door to door in his community to advance the church’s work there. This community will be starting an Abundant Life Program in August.

Team 6

Team six visited and encouraged an Empowering Action community pastor named Jose Almonte which is a 45 member church in a rural area. The went door to door and were able to pray for many families in the community.

Medical Team

They saw 142 patients today and went on 6 home visits. They also performed 7 surgeries today bringing the total to 14.

Women’s Team

God ordained a Bible study with women from Quisqueya that Empowering Action is working with. They also did 4 family visits in the community and prayed with them.

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July 20th, 2015 Recap

Team 1 (Prince William)

Team 1 spent the day at Mirqueya’s School called Immanuel House. The Rock has partnered with Mirqueya for the past 6 years through renovations, financial support, and spiritual support. Today our team was hard at work helping with renovations. We packed up some classrooms, spackled the walls, cut down trees, pulled weeds, moved branches, organized a shed, cleaned the fridge and freezer, cleaned the chairs and other outdoor equipment, and we even got to play with some of the student during their recess time. Ever student worked hard and didn’t complain once! During the afternoon one of our team members got to visit the child that he sponsored and during the home visit he found out that the mother had just had a baby and since the mother was malnourished she wasn’t able to produce milk for her baby. So our team collected some money and bought her family formula and food to feed her family for the next two weeks. We then were able to go back and give it to the family and pray with them.

Team 2

Team two worked with the medical team in a Haitian village. Two of the team members went over to two policemen who were standing off to the side and engaged them in a conversation. They explained the gospel to them and one of the guys said that he was Catholic and didn’t want to change. The other policemen said that he was a cop and had done too many bad things so he couldn’t be a Christian. One team member shared her testimony and explained that we are all sinners. After they continued to answer questions the policemen had the men decided to put their faith in Christ. In total the team has 11 people come to Christ.

Team 3

Team three went to Pastor Miguel’s church in Reinoso. Their day started by hearing the Pastor share his testimony and how he just wanted to continue studying God’s word. After visiting with the Pastor we split up into teams and visited two women that were in the Abundant Life Program. It was amazing to see how this program has changed them. They have implemented a hand washing area and have been able to learn to plant their own vegetables. She has successfully grown green beans, peppers and tomatoes. We then shared an amazing lesson from Matthew and Austin shared his testimony. We broke into small groups and discussed how to implement God’s gifts.   – EA Life Abundant

Team 4

In the morning team 4 visited LaLoma with Pastor Miguel

In the afternoon the team visited Pastor Francis church. Two of the team members were talking with a young girl and asked her if she knew where she was going when she died and when the girl answered hell the students were able to lead the girl to Christ. They gave her a Bible and saw her sharing it with her friends.

Team 5

In the morning team 5 went to Spring in the Desert Day Care. They put on their Bible program for all of the children and were able to play with them.

In the afternoon the team did door to door evangelisim in Boca Chica. They led 4 children to Christ, and gave them Bibles. The team also shared the gospel with a woman who thought she needed to clean her life up before accepting Christ. The team had lots of good conversations and planted seeds.

Team 6

The team performed their VBS skit for children (mainly under the age of 10) in Boca Chica in the morning and for Lorena’s Church in the afternoon. Two of the team members boldly shared their testimonies in front of all the children. And through their program, they had the chance to share the Gospel with all the children. Team 6 then spent most of their time outside on the streets with the children playing with parachutes and kick balls. Girls got the chance to get their nails painted and face painted. The team was blessed with the opportunity to love the children of Boca Chica and Lorena’s Church. (Prayer request: the team was informed as they were leaving Lorena’s Church that the single mother of a young boy at the VBS passed away while they were outside playing. They were robbed just days before and she suffered with asthma. Please pray for the young boy and the church)

Medical Team

The Medical Team went to a Haitian Village with Team 2 and set up a clinic. The village had set up a system and made sure that every patient had a number and came through in an orderly fashion. The team was able to see 137 people in under 4 hours. One challenge the team faced was when they had to use a double translator because most of the patients spoke Creole. The team was impressed with how patiently the people from the village waited.

Women’s Team

Today the women’s team visited Pastor Domingo’s church in Quisequeya to help some of the women who were starting a business to sell jewelry. The women were ambitious and wanted to expand their business and move it to the United States. Our women were able to help them market and improve their inventory. While the womens team was working with the ladies in the village they were able to relate to the women and share the gospel with some villagers. One of them even put their faith in Christ and we will be providing her a Bible later this week.

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July 24th, 2014 Recap…

Here is a recap shared from tonight’s team meeting…

Team 1

Inocencia – The pastor in the village wanted us to visit a family with a 13 year old boy that has cerebral palsy. We sang with him, prayed for him and visited with the family. Our team noticed that his bed was a beaten up mat on the concrete floor. They were moved with compassion that during our lunch break the team pulled together their money and came up with $225 to buy Jefri a new mattress and some food for the family. We went out and bought the supplies and then were able to go back to the neighborhood and deliver the stuff we bought. We also brought back the medical team with us and they were able to give him a check-up. While we were back there the medical team also saw two other kids that were extremely dehydrated and one of them had a high fever from an infection. The remainder of the money collected went to pay for her to have antibiotics.

 

Quisqueya – Mirqueya (from Emmanuel House) brought us to visit a woman who was dying of cancer. She has 7 children who will live with Mirqueya if she passes away. We were able to pray with the woman and sing songs with her. She had a peace about going to heaven. Our team was moved by her hope and strength.

 Team 2

Juan Dolio Church- The women’s team ministered to several hundred women throughout the week and were blessed to see God work in them and bond them together.

 Team 3

Boca Chica – Did their puppet show and program. They played with the kids all morning. Chloe and Abby shared the gospel with a little boy named Jesus – he understood the message and was hesitant about accepting Christ – but he ended up giving his life to the Lord after further explanation.

La Colina – Chloe shared the gospel with a girl named Nicole and she understood the message and accepted Christ. And she was able to give her a Bible.

Julie the team leader said that the whole team was on fire today and every kid shared the gospel. They all took a tract and each shared the gospel.

Team 4

Quisqueya – The team went door to door and shared the gospel with a lot of people – including a woman that was 100 years old! Another man they shared with named Tony accepted Christ today. That was the first time that Jonah and Cindy had ever led someone to Christ.

La Cabana – A student was having a rough afternoon because he had broken his expensive sunglasses and as he looked around he realized how ridiculous it was to be upset over his glasses when the people he was visiting didn’t even have running water.

Team 5

Pasitos de Jesus – Dan shared that he had met some of the girls from the orphanage last year, and when he showed up again this year the girls remembered him and came running up to him. It was cool to realize that he had impacted the girls even a year later.

Monte Cristi – Caroline shared that their team was able to wash the feet of all the people in the nursing home. It was touching to remember that this is what Jesus did for his disciples. Sam was able to talk with Fransua – he was not able to get out of bed because he was so sick. Even through all the sickness and pain he was still filled with joy. The team shared the gospel and led 6 people to Christ.

 Team 6

Aleman Daycenter – Maddie shared the gospel with three of the girls that the team yesterday had shared with and they accepted Christ today. One of the other friends was still not ready to accept Christ because she didn’t want to change the type of music she listened to.

Los Conucos – The team went door to door and Daisy shared the gospel with five guys that were working on a car. She shared her testimony with them – they said they were already Christians – but were nervous because they didn’t go to church often. The team was able to encourage them in their faith.

Team 7

Los Brujanes – Gabby and Sarah went out to gather fruit from a tree and ended up sharing the gospel with a guy standing around the tree and were able to lead him to Christ.

Brandon talked with a few kids in the town in the morning, the team moved on to something else in the afternoon and he was praying that he would see the boy again before they left. As they were walking to the bus he saw the boy and was able to give him a hug. It was huge to see God answer prayers.

Medical

Quisqueya – Kevin shared that the medical team saw 450 patients this week. Today they went to a remote part of town and had a huge crowd. During a lull in the schedule Kevin was able to do a house visit for a 10 year old boy that had special needs. He was able diagnose him with autism – and to calm him down he just had to pat his back and say his name and he was calm and tranquil. At one point he wanted to be picked up and Kevin wasn’t sure he would be able to because he had a slipped disc – but the Lord gave him the strength he needed. He also brought him over to another group of boys and showed that he was a normal little boy and not always acting up.

 

Please pray that the Lord will bring all of our flight groups home safely tomorrow. We look forward to seeing how the Lord continues to work in the hearts of our students after the trip as well as our local partners here, Empowering Action and SCORE International.

 

 

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July 23rd, 2014

Here’s a recap from today…

 Team 1

Caballona – Our team put on our program for the church in Caballona, then part of our team played with the kids in the courtyard, other members went door to door, and the rest of the team helped with the construction project – which was digging a hole to put up a concrete wall. During the afternoon David was walking around and starting up conversations with people sitting around the edges of the courtyard. He was very aware of anyone sitting alone and had multiple spiritual conversations where he was able to share the gospel. He led two young men to Christ and gave them Bibles. He also shared the gospel with a group of moms that were not ready to accept Christ. The cool thing was that the first time that David shared the gospel was at Dare to Share this past April – and now you can’t get him to stop sharing with people!

 Team 2

Highlands – they put on a women’ s conference for 120 women. They talked to the Moms about Jesus and played with the kids while the mothers were learning. They spent the afternoon praying for some women that were oppressed.

 Team 3

Batey Uno – They shared the gospel with a woman in the village, and she was open to learning more. They prayed with her to accept Christ, got her a Bible and then had to get on the bus to leave.

 Team 4

Went with the women’s team to a sports complex (Highlands)and they put on their program for the women. Then in the afternoon they went to La Syria, after the program they talked with a little girl and were able to lead her to Christ. 

Team 5

Adrie and the team went to Aleman in the morning. She saw three little heads over one of the nearby walls. She starts talking to the girls that are between 7 and 13, she invites them to the church program and they don’t want to come over. After the program the girls call her over and give her a gift. The gift was a rock painted with red face paint and they wrote her a note. She then shares the gospel with them and one of them accepted Christ, the other two were not ready yet.

 Team 6

ICC Brujanes – They put on their program before lunch and after lunch they shared the chemical cross illusion with the group and many of them prayed to accept Christ.

Team 7

Guayacones – Eugene was talking with a 20 year old man and was trying to find out why he wouldn’t accept Christ. The man was confused about why there was poverty in the world if Jesus was so wonderful. As a group they tried to answer his question about how much Christ loves him. At the end of the conversation he saw his need to accept Christ and they prayed with him. They had 12 people accept Christ throughout the day. They even had one man who spoke Creole from Haiti– and they had a translator that could speak his language also and he accepted Christ.

Medical Team

They saw that some kids were playing baseball with sticks and broken balls on Monday, today they went back to the same village and they were able to give the kids a real bat and ball. They shared the gospel with the whole group.

 Preston (one of the members of the medical team) got baptized today!

Tommy saw that a man was living in a poor condition and was in desperate need of a mattress. They went out and bought a mattress and had it delivered. The family was very grateful – to the point of tears. Then he realized that they didn’t have sheets. So they went to the store and bought sheets, pillows, towels, and food. When they went back to deliver the materials – they shared the gospel with the sisters in the house and 6 out of the 8 people in the family accepted Christ.

Tonight, we heard testimonies from Emmanuel House and Pastor Domingo from Quisqueya and concluded the night by praying for us to finish well tomorrow for our last day of ministry. 

-The RSM Staff

 

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July 22nd 2014 Recap…

Hello!

Here is a recap from what was shared tonight during our team time…. sorry for no pictures but the internet is extremely unpredictable here. 

 Team 1 – Prince William and Bethesda

Pasitos De Jesus/Bobino – We visited the orphanage and played with the kids there. Then we went door to door in the town of Bobino to share the gospel. A group had a chance to talk to a few women and a couple of teenage boys. Sarah shared her testimony. They asked if anyone wanted to be free of sin – a little ten year old girl came forward. Then a 16 year old boy came up shyly and looked at his brother and encouraged him to come up. They all three accepted the Lord. We were able to give them each a Spanish Bible.

Team 2- Women’s Ministry Team

Lily House (a ministry to girls involved in sex trafficking)– The women on this team experienced heartbreak over the stories shared and the glory of how the Lord is working in this place. This morning a women that had been a part of Lily’s house left for a few months and went back to prostitution. This morning she came back to Lily’s house and was accepted back in by the other women in the program.

 Team 3

Con Cristo Se Puede (“With Christ You are Able”)- Sandy shared that two of the kids in this location really impacted her. One of the students spoke English and reminded her of her cousin and just reminded her of the global church. Another student clung to her the whole time and Sandy was able to give her the attention and love that she was missing in her life.

 Team 4

Aleman – The team was able to serve the kids breakfast, and played with them. Then in the afternoon they visited El Molino and went door to door to assemble a group. Gave their presentation and then handed out large water coolers to 35 homes.

 Team 5

Caballona – They played game with the kids all morning and then in the afternoon they went door to door. Even though they were exhausted they went out into the community and were able to lead two women to Christ!

 Team 6

Monte Christi- Julia sat with a blind women all afternoon and was able to put lotion on her and just hold her hand and show her love. This woman was also looking out for all of the other women in the town.

 Team 7

Emanuel House – They walked around the surrounding neighborhood of the school. They were able to lead two teens in the community to Christ. A team member named Xavier had been feeling complacent in his life and was encouraged in his faith by these girls accepting Christ.

Medical Team-

They came down with the intention of teaching the staff of the hospital how to use different operation equipment. They came down to find that the equipment was missing a lot of pieces – so they were not going to be able to use the machines. They found a room in the hospital filled with random equipment and over the course of the day they were able to find all of the pieces they needed. They put together a complete laparoscopic machine. They were able to do two gallbladder surgeries this afternoon.

 Please continue to pray for the health and protection of the students. We want to thank the Lord that we have not experienced any major health problems with our students or adults here. 

-The RSM Staff

 

 

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July 21st 2014

Monday July 21, 2014

 

Team 1 – Dona Ana

We went door to door and shared the gospel with people in the village. We were able to lead two people to Christ, one of them named Blanca and the other was Manuel.

 

Then we went to Los Brujanes. We were able to see the church that was built from the money we raised during New Years Aid. We were able to put on our program for the village kids, and we prayed for the pastor and the ministry that was going to be started in the new building.

 

Leprosy Center – This has been a life changing place for us to visit. We went last year and this year we saw a lot of familiar faces. Seeing familiar faces. One of the women Delores shared her story, half family died and other half doesn’t visit her. She didn’t seem sad because she said that we were like her family visiting her.

 

Team 2 – Pasitos De Jesus.

Courtney came up with the idea to get mirrors and talk to the women about their identity being found in Christ. A different group had come in the day before and did a similar activity with mirrors. It was cool to see how God brought the same message from two different groups to share with the women.

 

We went to the womens houses and brought them some of the supplies we had purchased. As we went door to door we noticed that there were not men in the houses except for one teenage boy named Nelson – he has epilepsy. He was blessed by our village and was weeping as we were encouraging him.

 

Team 3 – Emmanuel House

Lauren shared her testimony during the program. The children were listening attentively the whole time and they drew a crowd from the streets and people walking by.

 

Team 4 – Con Cristo Se Puede

Emanuel had a younger sister that was crying a lot, when he wasn’t helping his sister he was around the teenage boys. The boy did not have a father in the home or a mother that was around a lot. We were able to show him love and guidance that he was not receiving at home.

 

Team 5 – Angelina

We went to a church and did our performance. It was cool afterwards because we got to pray over the head pastor – Domingo and his family. They were thankful for us being there and helping them. They were praying for a fence for their church for protection from animals and theft.

 

Team 6 – Ramon Santana

Our team member Drew was put on the spot during program and asked to share the gospel and he did a great job explaining and elaborating on it to the whole gathered crowd.

 

Team 7 – Aleman

El Molino

From Sarah- We played with the kids even in the rain. “Mylovie” was a sweet girl that was clinging to one of our team members. Her feet were covered in mud and we were swinging her around and we ended up getting covered in mud. I was being selfish and thinking eew (in a selfish moment) and the girl took the time to wipe the dirt off of me with her outfit. It broke my heart to see how generous she was and was ministered to by her.

 

Medical

Part of our team did some house visits – and we were able to share the gospel with a family. The woman in the house was asking questions about how she could be saved. She accepted Christ and commented about how it was not a coincidence that she was outside at the moment they walked by.

 

We closed the night by hearing testimonies from families impacted by Emmanuel House and Empowering Action. It was great to see the long term effects of our short term trips in the past that have impacted people a great deal.

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

We all arrived safely in the DR last night and some of the earlier groups packaged over 1500 meals to be handed out in the villages throughout the week as our teams minister to individual locations. Today, we went to International Baptist Church that was very similar to MBC. The service was a little longer than we’re used to as we clocked in over two hours of worship and preaching. =)

 

This afternoon and evening we spent time rehearsing all of our team programs like object lessons, skits, games, music, and our gospel presentations. Everyone is anxious and ready to get out in the community in the morning as we travel to different areas.

Please pray for our continued health and energy to “not grow weary of doing good” so we will reap a harvest as we see the Lord work in the lives and hearts of the people we minister to.

 

-The RSM Staff

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31

Here are some more highlights from ministry on Wednesday.  Please be praying for our team on Thursday, as it’s the last full day of ministry.  That the Lord would continue to impact our own lives and allow us to impact others for Him.

– Loudoun team cleaned girl’s home, Pasitos De Jesus

– Team 10 – Went door to door in a village where Manny (one of the local pastors) is planting a church. Local boys were led to the Lord!!!

– Team 1/2 – Visited leprosy center where they were able to minister to patients there. When our teams visit, the people there feel like human beings again!  It’s wonderful to be the hands and feet of Jesus to others—especially those who society treats as “the least of these”.

– Construction team – Witnessed to a bus driver who came to Christ through their conversation after 4 years of service with Score!  Built lofts.  Currently pouring concrete and ceramic tile at a local pastor’s church.

– Team 8 – Took the girls from Pasitos De Jesus to the beach, something these girls never experience. No other group takes them out from the facility. Lacey, a translator gave away her sandals and Bible to a local boy after presenting the Gospel.

– Team 9 – Traveled to Cure Hospital where they were able throw a surprise birthday party for an 11-year-old boy before he went into surgery

– Medical Team – Over the course of the week, they have been able to see over 250 individuals

– 21 surgeries have been done over the course of the trip.

– Gospel presented to children who were working on the beach

– Good Samaritan hospital visit by team where they were able to present the Gospel and pray for anxious patients awaiting surgery.

– Women’s team ministered to 94 mothers and grandmothers of students from Emanuel House. Nancy Latiff met a woman she presented the Gospel to last year who didn’t come to faith until after she left.

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