Summer Project left on June 24th after six weeks of much appreciated labor for the Lord. I cannot describe howquickly it seemed like these six weeks went by. We were blessed to see a lot of fruit while they were here as 28people accepted Christ during this six week span! I had the wonderful opportunity to experience one of theseconversions personally (Marco) with two summer project guys, David and Clifton. This happened the secondweek they were here and since then I have been able to meet up with Marco weekly and help him grow in hisnewfound relationship with Christ. He has so far been a very faithful disciple and his interest in the word anddesire to learn has been substantial. I am hoping he can go to the North with us this winter for the CalchaquíesValleys Project.
Summer Project...Happened So Fast
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:Rio De Janeiro 840, Dept. 4A Capital Federal 1405Buenos Aires, Argentina
Christmas in June
Seeing as not the entire STINT team was here in December(two were raising support for their second year and one hadnot yet joined us), we decided to celebrate Christmas againon the 25th of June because it is winter here and it is exactlysix months from December 25th. We got together in themorning and exchanged gifts and ate breakfast together. Wethen spent the rest of the day in our pajamas preparing forChristmas dinner and watching Christmas movies. It wasvery special to be able to do this with the whole team, and ithonestly felt more like Christmas than it did in Decemberbecause this time the temperature wasn’t in the nineties! Tothe right you can see my gift that I received from fellowSTINTer Cari, who drew my name in Secret Santa. I loved it!She also gave me a pair of earplugs seeing as I am a lightsleeper and one of my roommates tends to snore a bit. Itwas a great ending to the month and a due reward for all thehard work we did with Summer Project.
: My gingerbread manornament
: A little Christmas napfor BenPutting my gift to good use
JM IN BA