Here they are leaving the Immigration Office at the Mexico border - all smiles! Ready to enter Mexico!
The day after they arrived - Father's Day - our church in Saltillo had a special program and meal for all the fathers. It was a very special time.
Cameron reading his part in the program.
On Sunday evening, we visited our church in San Rafael. Myranda fell in love with the adorable grandaughter of Pastor Alejando.
The next day we began the remodeling project in La Boca and Myranda and I started this module of English classes.
Nathan, Logan, Kent, Jordan and Steve....Marc was taking the picture.
Mixing concrete mud by hand...not an easy job.
My little guy, taking a break. Logan would rather work than play....seriously!
We took a day to relax and look around the city, etc. We went to the slide park - a must! So much fun. LOVE the look on Cameron's face!
We enjoyed a delicious supper at the home of Sis. Chelo and Bro. Lupe. Nathan and his family are long-time friends of theirs - and the chicken flautas were second to none.
After supper we went to the Mirador - the lookout over the city. This is Saltillo at dusk...nothing prettier.
We spent the 4th of July weekend on the border with plans to work at one of our churches and attend an area rally. Those plans had to be cancelled due to the violence and threats of more violence surrounding the Mexican elections on Sunday.
We have also been dealing with the after effects of Alex...damage from the flooding along the routes we take to and from the border - which has resulted in a little more time on the border than we had planned.
We received news this afternoon that the free road is open from Monterrey to Saltillo and we are planning to leave in the morning and head back home. We would appreciate your prayers as we travel over roads that have been damaged and are in the process of being repaired.
Thanks for your prayers!