This video took me over seven hours to upload and it was a little over 200 megs. 🙁 It just is what it is. I will not let that detour my joy though. I go into a little more detail in the video about the orphanage in Limon and the project. What I forgot to mention is that the Tia’s (aunt in Spanish), the ladies who keep the children at the orphanage, are going to go through the program as well so that they can also learn English. This gives them more opportunities and also helps with continual practice in each house with the children. The way I learned Spanish was practice practice practice. The best method in my opinion.
I’m very excited about this project because it has the potential to be something explosive for the Kingdom. This project is also going to be bringing down university graduate students to donate their time in order to receive college credit. How cool is that? This project fits right into the ministry’s mission and vision. That is why I would love to put down some roots with this project and coordinate with other orphanages. Please continue to pray with us about this project. I know I’ve said this multiple times, but we will need financial support and that means a lot of your support! Blessings.