Monday, October 4, 2010

Day one

Latvia Bible School where we are teaching.
Our 40 students

Today was our first day of teaching at the school. It went very well and the students seemed to be interested and we enjoyed them.
It will take us a day to get used to working with our new translator Marina. She is a precious young woman who started translating last year. We are so used to our Ukranian translators that we forget this young girl does not know us at all. So please pray for us all as we transition with her. After class we sat with some of the students while they ate borsch. One young man Sasha had lots of questions. We are praying that God will give us a real connection with at least 2 students so that we can build relationship and continue to mentor them in the years to come. This evening after class we went to dinner with the director of the School, Daniel Pedraza. He is a misisonary from Argentina. He is a delightful brother who has such a sweet spirit and a real pastors heart for the students. It was nice getting to know him. So that was our first day. Thank you to all of you who are praying, we could not do what we do without the prayer support that you give us. God Bless You all. Wayne and Sherry
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