Travel Blogs from Santiago
"God's word is beneficial for teaching" - 2 Tim 3:16
For two days we have been fed by Jehovah with his circuit assembly program. A seemingly simple theme based on a scripture we all know and can recite; " All Scripture is inspired of God and beneficial for teaching, for reproving, for setting things straight, for disciplining in righteousness, that the man of God may be ...
... congregation of 18 publishers.
While I sign off to contemplate my options, I leave you with some statistics from the pioneer meeting:
-Number of Regular & Special Pioneers in the LSP Circuit: 70
-Number of total publishers (including Pioneers) in the LSP circuit: 225
-Percentage of the LSP circuit involved in Pioneer service: 29%
-Number of Bible Studies being conducted by Pioneers: 279
- Sign Language Memorial attendance for 2013: 540
... weather. The next 5 days followed a very similar pattern: cooking our own breakfast and lunch with Carman using the delicious fresh fruit and veg available, chilling on the beach in the sunshine, drinking smoothies, Sean having at least one surf and spending the evenings at lovely restaurants with people we had met followed by drinks on our balcony. We loved it and felt very at home in this friendly Panamanian coastal village. One hot afternoon but we decided to hire a foam ...
... are of the black sand variety. The food was the best by a longshot. We even had a delicious salad, something this area of the world seriously lacks. The town is tiny so there are no taxi's, except to drop people off from Sona.
Unfortunately the sea wasn't real swimmer friendly. We spent two nights and then decided to head out for parts ...
After a few days of chill-axing we were up nice and early for our 2 water taxi/4 bus trip day. It was a big day but we were both excited to see the Pacific side as it has been an area we have missed on every country through our trip.
We arrived quite late and sunset was just finishing but were greeted by Jaime's squeals as they bumped into us in the street. We followed them to were they were staying as ...