Today was the annual school program. The kids did a great job and really had fun while doing it. Josiah even read a short little poem about fathers. It was so amazing to see him, on stage, infront of around 600 people, reading in Spanish! I was very proud.
Each class represented a country and danced the traditional dance. Josiah's class represented Brazil and Abigail's class represented the USA (Hawaii).
I must admit the costumes where a little scary when they first arrived at my house. We, as well as many of our friends and family, got a lot of laughs out of Josiah's costume. Luckily it didn't look as silly when the whole class was wearing it.
The kids still have one month left of school. They get out the last of June.
This next month is crazy for us. This coming week a professor from ACU is coming to help our team with evalutations. Our dear friends the Brednichs are also coming, fom Mexico City, to participate and they will be staying at our house. It can get pretty crazy with 6 children!!
The following week 3 elders from Sunset will be visiting us. We are really excited about their visit. They are three wonderful men that we look up to a lot. It will be good to have them here. Then there will be a few days of rest and the youth groups from Clovis and Sunset are coming on a mission trip.
Also wanted to let you know that two new families have recently contacted us and asked us if we can start churches in their houses. We are excited about it. Because the two houses are about 40 minutes from eachother we are only able to meet with each house every other week. They meet by themselves the weeks that we can not be there. One family used to go to church many years ago and then quit. They seem to be good at coming up with excuses, we are praying that this time they are more committed.
Thanks for reading.
PS 28 days and we will be in Houston watching the Red Sox stomp the Astros!!!
and getting Mannys autograph!! Why not dream big! Seriously anyone have any unique ideas of how we can get the players autograph? Let me know.