The Costa Rica team takes the ministry to the mountains

Thursday and Friday have been great days of ministry.  We so much appreciate everyone’s prayers.  Thursday morning found us ministering at a school in the town of Escazu.  We ran clinics for about 70 kids from the ages of 4 through 3rd grade.  The kids were very enthusiastic and listened attentively as Andy shared his testimony.  In the afternoon, we traveled to a small mountain church that ministers to a very poor community.  The kids were waiting for us at the “field” which was mostly covered with mud. The kids were organized into groups and everything went surprisingly well.

After the clinic, Dave shared his testimony and some of the older boys listened very intently.  As we were leaving the field, the kids decided to roll in the mud … oh, their poor Moms!  We then went to visit the community church led by a real servant of the Lord, Pastor Hilbert.  We were all humbled by his servant´s heart.

Friday morning was spent at a very small, poor school in the mountains. The principal was so thankful for our presence there and looks forward to us coming back.  The kids had a great time at all the stations and enjoyed playing small-sided soccer games. After lunch we traveled to Zurqui, the juvenile prison and our guys played “round robin” soccer with them.  We had an opportunity to share a testimony and a time of prayer with them both before and after the games.  Please be assured that all is well here in
Costa Rica and God is certainly at work as Push The Rock Costa Rica continues to grow.  We are privileged to be able to partner with them in ministry.

Julie for the team

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