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Some Pictures from Acuna, Mexico

April 8, 2008

Here are some pictures from the trip, with a little commentary underneath each one…


This is at the border as we crossed into Mexico from the U.S. The sign was welcoming us to Acuna.

This is the church that I spent most of the week at, along with a number of other guys. We planned there, went to church there, and slept there!
One of the very cute and friendly kids that lived by the church. Plus, he’s got an awesome Mighty Ducks t-shirt.
This is a picture of the baseball camp. We are in the outfield doing stations, with this station being wiffle ball batting practice. I’m to the left throwing baseballs, while our new friend (and VT alum) Tanner is in good “ready position” to make a play.
This a picture of a wonderful man, Jose. He recently felt called to ministry and came to the church to be trained by our team. He spent the nights with us, and was a great help. One of my best memories of the trip was hearing Jose tell his testimony through one of our translators.


Here is Megan with her “crush” from the week – Jose Juan. I’m still a little jealous…

I have to admit it wasn’t all business… as you can see we took a break to pick up a sprinkled cookie. Everybody made fun of me for getting it, and then wanted a bite.

Here’s a picture of the whole team, as well as some of the Mexican children, local pastors, and missionaries.

As you can see, this was a wonderful trip where God did great, great things. Megan and I both miss Mexico, and these pictures remind us of how great it was to spend a week in Acuna.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Randy permalink
    April 8, 2008 3:01 am

    It was only $2.00.

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