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... we invited them back for another. Thursday, we crammed over 100 kids into a tiny church, and many of them were able to make decisions for God. Wednesday night, we returned to the basketball court near our hotel for a rematch, Nicarguans vs. Americanos. Our boys fought valiantly. But the important thing is what happened afterwards. Around twenty to thirty teenage Nicaraguan guys gathered around to hear as Spencer, Aaron, and Josh shared their ...
... how much love I have been given, I will gain the wisdom to know how I can best love the people around me.
Check out my photos of Masinfa and some of my students! We took a fantastic field trip to Granada today to attend a folkloric festival. LOTS of traditional dancing, food, and all things Nicaraguan culture. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and I am perpetually amazed by the intense pride Nicaraguans have for their country!
... we hope. However, our guide said that Lake Managua was just a big sewer and that everything, floats there. - yuck.
Granada has spent the last 20 years rebuilding itself – it's beautiful. While the buildings are all
relatively new or massively restored, they are in the colonial style. Thinking about 30 years ago when this country was in civil war, Reagan was up to his ears with Iran-Contra; the country has come a long way.
... to the top of the volcano, so we didn't have to finish the hike on our own and have me die of heat stroke. Talk about manifestation!!! We made it to the top, attempted to peer inside the active volcano, but all the sulfurous gas made it hard to see anything, and then grabbed some fresh coconut water and hiked back down just in time for the sun to start to go down and a fresh breeze that followed us all the way back.
... with bat guano and he didn’t want us to get hurt.
By then it was night outside, so we asked our guide if there was anywhere we could see glowing lava. He said there was a spot he could take us where we might see it, but we would also have to breathe in some noxious gases. He said he would take us to the viewpoint if we really wanted to see lava, because it was his job, but that we would all be breathing poisonous gas, which he didn’t ...