Typical Amazing Day of Ministry in Mexico
As many of you probably already know, the H3O team goes to Mexico the second Saturday of every month to serve breakfast. This Saturday was just another typical amazing day of ministry in Mexico. With two rolling suitcases filled with hams, oranges, milk, syrup, pancakes, foil, and griddles, the H3O team carried across into Mexico what they call their “mobile kitchen!” Serving alongside H3O was Donna, and a new volunteer family- Karoline Hardesty and her two daughters.
- Today we fed 150 people.
- The 24-seat passenger van finally got its Baja, CA registered plates, so everyone today could ride the bus without any fear of being pulled over!
- Many families that the H3O team met at the RMDH live in Rosarita or Tijuana, and today some of them came to help us serve.
- We did an amazing Bible Craft (wrist bands) that referenced Romans 12:9, “Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil; cling to what is good.” The verse was written out in Spanish on the front side, but the backside everyone could decorate themselves with multiple colors of sharpies and glitter. The message they took home was- to cling to what is good.