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 in the Village of Cachora.
Matt Moore and Matt Haak went on a hike on the trail to Choquequirao, Incan Ruins. We stayed among the most beautiful hiking places in the world.
The orphans at the Village of the Children loved the Hokey Pokey, especially the older boys!
They had an extreme respect for the Bible and would stand to read it out loud.
The team taking an 7 mile hike on the first day.
Such a beautiful country.
Savannah and her tourist map.
James always ready to play with the children.
Matthew Haak found out what the inside of a soccer ball looks like.
Terry and Sonja shopping to replace shoes that were lost in the accident.
Hanging out on the porch at the Hostel, enjoying the weather and view.
The coastline in Lima, where the students skipped rocks and used them to spell out Peru.
The children loved the parachute.
The girls reading the Bible.
The Village of the Children, a gem.
Matt Moore and Dave fixing a post.
Dave made all the children balloon hats and animals.
Sara Jane, Kate and Ashley playing with the children.
Matt Smith, the Coordinator for the Village of the Children, teaching the Bible Study at church our first Sunday.
The children led us in worship.
The Village of the Children.
Some of the beautiful children from the Village of the Children.
As part of the celebration of Peruvian Independence Day, we witnessed a parade on the streets of Cusco while on our way to Cachora.
The Village of the Children cook’s daughter.
The car that fell 60 feet full of the children.
Jovanna and Annette, our “mom” and sister for the week! They took such good care of us while we stayed at their Hostel.
The hike down the mountain, 1.4 miles, 1000 foot drop in 10,000 altitude.
James with women in the village of Cachora, evangelizing.
Our great team of teenagers! They did an amazing job on mission in a developing, foreign country!
Peruvians still use horses and back sacks to transport things.
One of our favorite treats in Peru – ice cream!
Another Parade shot from Cusco, Peru.
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