Monday, January 23, 2012

Honduras day 2

Day 2 was good. Except for Greg being in Atlanta. Will and Barry cooked breakfast then we went to the host church and Barry preached. After service Donna worked in the pharmacy for the first time. Cooking is much easier and less confusing. The instructions are in Spanish. You don't always have a translator handy. But it is a good way to force one to learn a little bit. Like "form a line here please." Or " sit here please" and the always functional "take one capsule.two times a day for infection."
Please pray for Greg's documentation to work today. He is at the vital records place before they are opened to me first in line. Thanks for all the prayers so far.

1 comment:

  1. Oh my! I have been out of the loop for a few days now. Praying that Greg gets through the "red tape" and gets to Honduras Tuesday. Also praying for many souls to be won to the Kingdom!


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