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The Sunday previous, Abraham and I went with a group of eager helpers to distribute fliers in the neighborhood. We hung posters on light poles and pushed smaller invitations under doors or handed them to passersby. Two of the kids couldn´t quite get the name right. Rather than ask for more 'invitaciones' to pass out, one of them requested 'habitaciones' (rooms) and the other 'decisiones' (decisions). However, whether they knew the right word or not, the kids were a great help in spreading the word.
On the rainy Saturday before the carnival, Abraham and I returned to put up more posters and pass out more invitations. We stuck bunches of balloons with the posters. When we passed by the posters on our way to return home, we saw that not a single balloon was left. The kids simply love balloons, and having them stuck to the posts was too much of a temptation to bear.
Sunday was bright and clear. The U.S.
And fun it was. Throughout the afternoon, more people arrived. They played pin the tail on the donkey, tossed beanbags through a
After the brief message, some people went back to the games while others lined up for their deluxe hot dogs. After another hour of play and food, it was time to pack up the vans and head back to church.
Please continue to pray for the families in Huejotzingo. Also continue to pray that, if it's God's will for Abraham and I to live there, he will provide the finances to buy land and construct and also let us know when the right time is to move.