This was our free day today. We made sandwiches and went to a lake which was about 30 minutes away. We played bean toss, volleyball and croquet.
Today was difficult. We left at 4:45am to do five services today in the capital Tegucigalpa. I had a hard time waking up but Espresso Americano (coffee) really was delicious.
(Kids Crusade Nights -Sunday morning, Sunday night, Monday night and Tuesday night)
Some went to town today. They also put a roof on for a lady who needed It. I stayed home and helped make supper.
We took it easy today. After two services yesterday, it was nice to have breakfast at ten o'clock. We relaxed the rest of the day.
We did a Bible lesson for four different groups of street kids today. Sister Lisa did her Bible story the first Saturday we were here. It was about Esther and the kids loved the skit that went with it. She did a good job. Today she had me do a Bible story and it was on the call of Moses and his life having a purpose. I presented the Gospel message at the end.
Today's services went well. We had three - each at a military base near the border of Guatemala.
The military preaching went well today. About ten men at one base received Bibles from Bro. Scott. They had asked for some earlier and were really excited to get them on this trip. Several men on the base were already Christians.
We had five services in the police and military bases. One had about 50-100 men and the presence of the Lord was so strong. 17 came to the altar for salvation. As we prayed with them the Holy Ghost was so strong that they wouldn't leave the altar. They just stood there with their hands raised. I wanted to cry afterwards. It was so dear to my heart.