Thursday, March 22, 2012

Day One- Arrival in Costa Rica

Our class set out to serve, change hearts and explore. Today we mostly invited people to come to our activities scheduled for tomorrow. We saw children a plenty and thankfully, the locals were very receptive to our presence.
We arrived in Costa Rica and were welcomed with food. After a short break, we had orientation. We then went out to the surrounding communities. They greeted us "Hola" and "Como estas?" We visited two neighborhoods and invited the children to VBS tomorrow.
After exploring the area, we had a diner fit for royalty, it consisted of rice, beans, plantains, chicken and salad.
Day one is almost over. Although we did not do much serving, we did plenty of planning. We all are excited and look forward to spreading the gospel of Christ here in Costa Rica.
As they say here: "Hasta Manana"


Blogger Eileen Kunmann said...

What a great first picture!
It is great to plan and be ready to serve.
Can't wait to hear more about how you touch the hearts of those you are there to share with.
I am praying for you all!
Casey-Holly, Nike and I all miss you and love you!
God Bless!
xoxo Mrs.K

3/23/2012 11:07 AM  
Anonymous Ellen and Lou said...

We are praying for all of you that you have a very blessed missions trip! We are proud that you all are taking the time out of your lives to go and serve others.

God Bless You All,
Ellen and Lou Hadden

3/23/2012 12:49 PM  
Anonymous Kara Sharp said...

Wish I could be there! Can't wait to read all about the trip!
Many blessings to all and to all a good night!

3/23/2012 8:38 PM  
Blogger Candee said...

We have been praying for all of you young ladies who wanted to go out and minister to these children in Costa Rica. Can't wait to hear how your first VBS day went with the children. I know you must have won the hearts of those kids over when they saw your beautiful loving smiles. You have all had to give up alot of luxuries for this Missions trip but it will all be worth it when you see how many hearts and lifes changed because of the message of love and hope you delivered to these children. Thanks for sharing the love of Jesus to these children who don't have much of anything else. We love you and will continue to keep you in prayer. Ashley, I can't begin to tell you how many people are praying for you and I have everyone going on the Boca Christian Mission trip blog to see what is going on. They're cheering you on from down here in South Florida! Love you! Candee DelValle

3/23/2012 9:40 PM  

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