James Taylor Matthew Haak Terry Taylor Dave Rohmfeld Matt Moore Savannah Mora Sara Jane Filippini Kate Faught Christian Padilla Faith Anne Richardson Madeline Senter Wimberleigh Johnson Lauren Oefinger Ashley Anderson Samuel Soape
Eating Lunch in Lima Tourists in Lima. Thanks for taking the picture, Terry! Matt Moore teaching the Gospel on our last day! At our breakfast and dinner table. So grateful for the servant heart that served us all week, Jovanna – you are a blessing!! James always gave out candy
Every night we would get back to the hostel, shower, take care of things around the hostel, and then have dinner at 6:30. The water shut off at 7:00 pm. Basically, we had to be clean and ready for bed by dinnertime. We would all gather around the table and have a homemade meal. Af
We often joke that Peru time means whenever they get around to it. My expectation for a schedule was just to be flexible. After being in Peru for 3 days, Matt Haak helped me make a connection I’d never seen before. Savannah: It is so interesting that Peruvians just hang out an
The workers and leaders at the orphanage were wonderful. The first Sunday service was lead by Matt Smith, the director of the place. The music was almost native Indian sounding with a tom-tom, a wooden/grooved instrument played with a stick, and a tambourine that the children played.
Tuesday, July 29th we came back early from the orphanage and decided to have a prayer walk through the small village of Cachora. Small as in two cement paved streets, and one cobblestone-street with the rest being dirt roads. With a team of 15 including Sam Soap who was most fluent in