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... encourage each other and eat together. Shari, I enjoyed the times you stayed over after the meeting chatting and snacking and then having breakfast and chatting some more. Food should always be accompanied by conversation... And for that, my friend, you have a talent :-p love ya and hope to get my good by hug next time I see you! Vanessa, Fanny, Ohh the habanero and coconut oil salsa, the beans, sweet bread, funny dried fruit, and Johnny Cakes, those brief coffee ...
I'm not sure where I could even start
talking about the excitement I feel regarding the School for Kingdom Evangelizers. Even if, for me it's just a remote possibility, I am very grateful for the opportunity now open to many amazing, zealous, single sisters of all ages ALL over the Earth :-D Thank you Jehovah!!! I recognize that serving is a privilege in any capacity, still, I ...
... house...how castle-like!
One of the days we went to preach to a
village and a family from the Spanish congregation made us tamales
for lunch, they were delicious and huge, and the association was very
encouraging. Sunday the weather let up just in time to preach again
and I had the opportunity of spending service time with Lin.
One nugget of wisdom that I gleaned
from this visit, and that touched me was
1 John ...
... arranging to go to the D.R for one year, just to have their visas
denied 3 weeks before leaving! A few weeks before they had met brothe
Hezron at a ASL convention in California so they contacted him and
changed their plans. Now they are our neighbors :-D This is going to
be a party congregation!!!! In a very Christian and service zealous
way of course hehehe.
So far we have only gone out in service on Sunday since with all these new ...
... not really talk to us at all. The men would do all the talking. We tried to talk to some of the teenagers but they were very unresponsive. For example, we asked one girl (looked about 15), "do you speak English?" - no reply, no movement, just stared back at us. "do you speak German?", same response. "Habla Espaņol?" - absolutely no response - no body language, no shaking of the head, not even a confused look on her ...