I'm so thankful to be together as a family serving the Lord in Peru.
We were able to separate the "wish bone" together to bring in the new year. Peru loves to fill the sky with fireworks on Christmas Eve and to bring in the New Year. What a sight to witness and be a part of in Peru.
We met as a church on New Year's Day to honor those who were faithful in attendance in 2016, be challenged to start the New Year right, and enjoy some fellowship together with games and snacks.
What a blessing to see so many making decisions and praying for the New Year.
We started game time by "skyping" with our home church in Michigan to play a game together.
Wishing everyone a Happy New Year filled with God's Blessings!
Each year we make and decorate Christmas Cookies which later turns into a fun flour fight. The girls are realizing the difficulty in getting the flour out of their hair later. Nisha enjoys teaching others how to make the cookies.
Matthew misses the snow back in Michigan and as a substitute he uses the flour from the fight to make snow angels.
Nathan is good at drawing and uses his skills in cookie carving.
Oh, in case you were wondering, Dad won the flour fight that Katie started.
What a privilege it has been to minister and serve God and the people at "the Potter's Baptist Church". Each year during Christmas time we as a church go out and evangelize by passing out tracts, setting up tables to counsel, holding banners in the streets, giving gifts, and enjoying the fellowship together.
We visited a few parks to share the Christmas story in the community.
Matthew and Nathan are holding the red Christmas banner from our church on this busy street corner.
Many from the church came and helped spread the good news.
The chocolate fountain was able to be used during our Church Christmas Party.
What a great time of games and fellowship together as a church.
Sharing gifts with each other at the "White elephant" gift exchange.
Our twin girls took the time to make pillows for gift bags.