Monday, December 29, 2014
We are headed back to Belize! The little village of San Antonio is our worksite destination. We will be adding to the school that we built in 2010! Yes, adding to Providence High School! The only Seventh-day Adventist school in a Mayan Village. Six new classrooms are needed for the influx of students! The foundation has been poured in anticipation of our arrival. There are 11 eager students working very hard to raise the funds needed for their place on the trip. They each are personally investing time and labor to reach their goals. If you have a heart for the ongoing needs of our sister school in San Antonio, please donate today! Make checks payable to Discover Life Seventh-day Adventist Church. Memo: Belize Mission. We covet your prayers and thank you for your support!
Thursday, January 30, 2014
WIRED this year is focusing on service right here in California.
There are so many ways to serve Jesus. We decided, this year, to
focus on helping homeless teens in San Francisco.
If you want to be a part of making a difference for homeless teens, please visit our site.
We are excited to raise money to present warm, clean sleeping bags to an organization that will distribute the bags to teens in need. Thank you for your prayers and support.
We met our goal and then some! Thank you for your support and making a difference! Shout out to Molly Benencasa, Kai Sweet, Jamie Palmer for your extra ordinary efforts in raising money for Sleeping bags for homeless teens in San Francisco!
Sunday, March 31, 2013
The Construction Team has finished. We have some very hard working young men who put every thing they had into their work. Several days of broken bits slowed the progress but the team got everything done but half the metal on the roof. The Spanish Seventh-day Adventist Church family is so very grateful.
Alan, Skip and Mitchell working hard to get it done.
Our kitchen crew has provided amazing food! We have enjoyed the
wonderful fruits of the country as well as nutritious variety. Becky, Pam and Ginger, Thank you so much for your long and (early) hours of dedicated service.
Almost there! Walls are done and the trusses are up!
The Prophecy of Hope Seminar was wonderful. Jon, Alijah, Matt and Sydney
Preached with passion and there are eight souls baptized because of the Power of the Holy Spirit working through you. Praise God!
Pam in the Market. So much of what we ate came from this market.
From garden to table...yummmmm!
Vacation Bible School was great. Skip and Seth among others
gave individual attention to young children and teens and helped them understand the prophecy of Daniel two. Wonderful friendships have been established.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Skip - Church Pew Building
Sydney - The Invitation to VBS and the Evangelistic Meeting
Gabby and Sarah - VBS Small Group Bible Study
Seth - VBS Object Lesson
Mitchell - VBS Small Group Bible Study
Amariah, Laurel, Sarah and Angelia
VBS Small Group Bible Study
Pam - Going to Market
Wow! Things are progressing so quickly! The church now has it's last row in place and the roofing trusses will be placed during the next two days. Yesterday the kids pushed very hard to get the walls completed. Here are a few pictures of some very hard workers! Praising God for His care and guidance!
Seth passing bricks up over the wall.
Brick passing line.
Our resident engineer.
Placing the corner braces in the trusses and bolting them together.
Many hands make light work.
Skip planning and cutting the seat portions to all 15 pews.
Perfect cut every time!
Jason with a completed pew leg.
Jamie painting the wood primer on a pew leg.
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Here are a few random pictures to make you smile!
Working for the King of Kings, the best job!
Dr. Leong sharing smiles with his patient
A Map of the Myan Viallage
Dr. Dan the Bus driver man
Gabby working hard
Just hanging out at the airport in Belize
Working the bricks.
Levi brought his smile to share....awesome!
Our WIRED family in Belize City