This is bound to be the longest post I have ever and probably will ever write...
But I have to share with you what I have been asking for prayers for... My trip to El Salvador!
We left early Saturday, May 28th for El Salvador. We arrived around noon and then sat in customs for a couple of hours while they decided if they wanted to let us in with our medicines. This will be an extensive array of pictures that don't do the trip justice, but will give you a good idea of what went on...
Sitting in customs with mounds of luggage full of meds
Lunch/Dinner at a steakhouse before heading to the Oasis Church in Santa Ana
Sunday afternoon, Travis and Brent had the chance to speak/preach at the church in Texistepeque. Here is the front door.
Dinner at Lover's Steakhouse. The location changed since the last time I was in El Salvador, but still just as good!
Teaching a pelvic tilt is difficult enough in English. Explaining in Spanish is tougher. Thank God I had Aby all week helping me!
Since we completed our Downline training a little over a month ago, I was asked to speak twice to the women of the church. Once to a group of mothers and the other to another group of the women. Very humbling yet encouraging experiencing to share the gospel with others.
This sweet lady had a stroke that paralyzed her entire left side of her body. She told me she would trade a photo with her for the wheelchair. I gladly obliged.
A patient of mine, Gladys. She offered her home to me if I wanted to return to Texistepeque for vacation :)
We had discussed how we were going to make funny faces for this picture. Seems I got left hanging...
Gifts. Guavas and coffee.
It's way too late at night for me to go into details about the entire trip, but I promise over the next two weeks or so, I will post little stories here and there about another incredible experience.