A day in la ministry.

Zach and I are very much getting use to the lifestyle down here. We wake up, do service and when lunchtime ends it’s time for a siesta (or nap) back home in our hammocks. Before I got down here, I heard but could never understand why everyone would just decide to take a nap in the middle of the day, but after doing a morning of service in the cooking hot sun, or doing anything in the heat here helps me understand that now. For the locals, this is the “cold season”. But even then, they’re all still sweating as we go door to door and walk the streets looking for english speakers. So far I’ve only been able to get just a few people home, but they ended up speaking no english… So! The search continues. Sure, we can’t find any english speakers home, but we can still have fun doing it! Attached are some pictures from yesterday with some of the friends as we did some “secluded territory” just 10 minutes or less from their town territory. Have a beautiful day and keep posted!

Adrian, Geo and me cooling off in the shade with some nice agua

Cooling off with a normal (but nasty) combo of fruit, powdered chili and salt.

This spider scared me so hard that I jumped onto the sidewalk and grabbed Geo so he wouldn’t die from this nasty thing!

This Kingdom Hall is used every day of the week. 5 congregations, 1 kingdom hall. They’re growing!


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