|Adriana teaching during Bible study at Can-eo Station Church|
|Pastor Rudy translating Adriana's illustration|
|Alexie teaching dance steps to the girls after Bible study|
In the morning, I showed Pastor Rudy how to make a rocket stove.
|Making a rocket stove with Pastor Rudy before church|
|Adriana teaching bracelet weaving|
I took advantage of the opportunity to use the Proclaimer in my teaching on Matthew 25. I enjoyed the interaction with the congregation as we discussed the stories Jesus told and their applications.
|Thomas and Pastor Rudy following along as the Proclaimer recites Matthew 25|
|Explaining the rocket stove|
|Karin Joy and Alayna talking weaving|
|Looking down from Honnak's yard|
|Preparing the bottle-light and teaching how to do so|
|Installing the light in Honnak's roof|
Honnak is a widow whose grown son, Romeo, lives with her. Unfortunately, tragedy has been a part of their home in many ways so she bears the burden of providing for them both. I have visited her home and prayed for her and Romeo before, so it was a joy to be able to bring a little light to the cooking area of her small home.
|Thomas and Honnak outside her door|
From Honnak's house, we walked across the river to visit Ochawan in the sitio of Fankeg. We wanted to visit with her, pray for her, and Alayna was excited to give Ochawan a pair of slippers she had crocheted. It was good to hear that she is feeling better and is no longer fearful.
Ochawan was happy to meet our daughters. She was especially taken with Annalise, encouraging her to eat more camote so she would get brown skin. She said, "Even when you're all grown up, continue to come see me."
|Alayna giving Ochawan her new slippers|
|More weaving - Jane and Alexie|