Concrete floor for a church. Done.

August 01, 2016
This summer has been full of random projects and helping people out. Between managing the guest house, IT work for the MK school and all the random maintenance and whatnot, I got invited to go help put a concrete floor in a new church building for the Tarahumara people of Mexico. The Tarahumara church has been growing and maturing quite a bit and is extending out to new villages within their people group. One of these villages was building this church building but needed a concrete floor put in. So we loaded up the truck and borrowed a trailer to mix up some concrete. This is what followed.

3 hour drive each way. Fun times :)
Parked in front of the church
At least we had two mixers. That made it go a lot faster
Lots of hours of making cement
This made putting the finishing touches on so much easier!
Vicente workin' hard

We had quite the diverse group working together. 3 American missionaries, 1 Panamanian tribal believer attending Bible Institute in Chihuahua, 1 teen from the kid's club I've been teaching, several Tarahumara guys, 1 Guarijío believer (Vicente, who is our missionary coworker in the work to the Guarijío people.)



And we provided entertainment for the kids while we worked :)


It was a lot of work but we also had a blast together. I'm glad we got to serve the Tarahumara church in this way!

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