Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Caye Caulker

Hi again,
Eric is helping me update our blog. Kraft dinner was yummy and we're just about to call it a day.
With a change in weather bringing sunshine the team finally got their day off. Today's excursion took us to Caye Caulker, a tiny island 45 minutes from Belize City, by boat. A second boat ride took us to the barrier reef where the team got to swim with nurse sharks in Shark-Ray Alley. Charlie, our guide, helped us catch and hold a big sting ray. Some enjoyed snorkling, seeing coral and tropical fish for the first time. It was a full day of sun and surf and we were glad to get back to our billets. Sean spoke at Berea and Bob at Grace. After the service a planning meeting was held to discuss the opening of 8 Mile. An afternoon of music, crafts, kids programs and gospel is planned for Sunday. After the cement is poured and the work finished, the team will help distribute invitations and tracts in the community. Please pray for lasting fruit as the seed is sown. You will notice we are making some Everyday Publications available during our meetings as well. Thank you to EPI for their donation of 80 lbs of excellent Christian literature.

All for now,

Sean & Eric

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