This morning about thirty minutes after I got up there was a knock at the door and Josh Fite was standing at the door with a hot cup of coffee for me.
Tuesday we had a training session and worked on a beautiful Spanish song at the Latin American Center. In the evening we did an open-air meeting on the town Plaza from six to nine. It was like all the evenings here, beautiful. The sun sank behind the mountain and the people came to the plaza. Team members made balloons, juggled, played the piano and saxophone and milled around making conversation with people and then we had a program with singing, testimonies, preaching, and chalk art. We stayed until ten at night. In smaller towns here the plaza is filled with people every night even on weeknights.
One of the young men talked me into eating a beef tongue taco, a local favorite. If you want the recipe, let me know. If enough of you are interested maybe we could get beef tongue tacos on the menu at the Inn.
I was able to befriend dozens of people and invite them to stay for the “program.” During the evening I was able to give the gospel clearly to a number of people.
Today is a training day at the Center. Right now the team is excitedly eating breakfast under a spacious outdoor canopy. It is nice to be able to spend so much time outdoors. Four of the young ladies moved to the Center last night from here at the Oasis for a special treat.