Today (Friday) we worked at the Oasis Orphanage in the morning painting a building, building a wall, sewing curtains, and digging, digging, digging. For lunch we had pizza. We spent the afternoon at the training center where we had a prayer meeting, hymn-sing, and training session. On the bus-ride from the Orhpanage to the Training Center we memorized our verse for the day.
In the evening the team ministered on the street in a very humble little village packed with children. We did stories, songs, skits, tricks, and a saxaphone demonstration. The children received us openly. As the team walked out of the village I stayed behind to be sure everyone had a proper escort.
Two of our young ladies, Susanna Whitten and Katherine Nolan were circled by a group of girls about 12-14 years old. They gave them the gospel and after about twenty minutes of explaination led the whole group of girls in prayer to receive Christ. They gathered names and addressed to keep in touch.
As I write this I can still see the girls gatherd in a tight circle their dark brown eyes never looking way, their soft voices murmuring in prayer together. On the way back to the bus the young Katherine and Susanna were so happy that they praised God alound.
Tomorrow we will work, spend the afternoon in the Training Center and do another open-air gathering. Sunday we will minister in a church. Monday morning early we will be on the road back to Monterrey.
Right now our plans are to be in Nashville for opening night of the Conference a week from Tuesday.