Costa Rica '98
1 John 4:7-21
8:00 arrive at daycare center
8:30 kids devotional
1:00 crafts for ages 6-12
2:30 Bible hour
3:00 crafts for ages 3-5, English as Second Language ages 6-12
4:30 team time
6:00 Host family pickup
The childcare center we will be working at all week.
Yes,Yes,Yes. We hauled three truck loads of gravel to the playground.
Even Christl's shirt matched the paint. Or Karen mistook her for a pole in the playground.
Nola even taught English to some of the big kids(staff).
Crafts were well planned. This lamb even has a magnet on the back to put it on a refrigerator or cabinet.
Each one was enjoyed by the children. This craft is a church made from a paper sack, which will hold all the crafts for the week. It will be given to the children on parents' night.
If you think singing is Spanish is hard then try doing it with the hand motions also.
Good thing the Good Samaritian had a first aid kit. Bible stories were pantomined, narrated with immediate translation. Two of the team spoke fluent Spanish and often narrated or translated.
John is reunited for a day with daughter Amanda, who has been working all summer in missions in Costa Rica with Christ for the City. Amanda was on the team last year.
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last updated July 11, 1998