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Global Missions Team

March 11, 2010

On Tuesday I was privileged to drop in on Ginger Creek’s Global Missions Team meeting and tell them a bit about the Library Mission. There were a couple familiar faces and a couple new ones, but, regardless of our acquaintance, they were all friendly and encouraging. And it was neat experience to see Marcia on the webcam.

Although I can be fairly eloquent in writing, my words got jumbled together a couple of times. Still, they hung with me as I told them about how the Library Mission got started and what I envisioned for the future. It was wonderful to have their knowledge and experience available to draw upon. What can I say–I like talking with adults.

I believe I mentioned Tipitapa in a previous post. I wanted to bring it up again, because it’s a name you’ll be hearing increasingly alongside Pochocuape and La Chureca. People that used to be in La Chureca are now living there, and I intend to include them in the Library Mission later on. Right now I have no specifics, but I thought I would let you know all the same.

I’ll leave you with a link to a slideshow.

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