Costa Rica '98

Monday, July 6, 1998

1 John 4:7-21

Daily Schedule
8:00 arrive at daycare center
8:30 kids devotional
9:00 work
12:30 lunch
1:00 crafts for ages 6-12
2:00 prepare
2:30 Bible hour
3:00 crafts for ages 3-5, English as Second Language ages 6-12
4:00 cleanup
4:30 team time
6:00 Host family pickup

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The childcare center we will be working at all week.

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Yes,Yes,Yes. We hauled three truck loads of gravel to the playground.

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Even Christl's shirt matched the paint. Or Karen mistook her for a pole in the playground.

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Nola even taught English to some of the big kids(staff).

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Crafts were well planned. This lamb even has a magnet on the back to put it on a refrigerator or cabinet.

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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.

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If you think singing is Spanish is hard then try doing it with the hand motions also.

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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.

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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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