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My First Missions Trip (Part 3)

So sorry folks! I've been busy and haven't been able to post quickly :)

Here is Day 3!!!

Also, another apology, I am sorry I'm not super detailed like Nicole & Bethany Wakefield are on their blog! LOL

This is one of my favorite pictures from the whole trip...
Overlooking the city of Puebla

Walking down the streets!

Here are a few of us girls on Friday night ready for the service!
Me, Sofia, Emily, Rachel, Brittany, Karoline, & Breana

I love these two girls :) Emily & Karoline
Awesome girls to hang out with!

Shy & bashful Leslie lol She really is quiet haha

Our first service there was so powerful!
During song service, we had a strong move of God!
People were just crying & praying!
So touching

During song service..
You can see that the metal door was pushed open (it was so hot inside)
and allowed for more room to sit

We haven't even got to the preaching yet and people were in the altar!

Bro. Pedro preaching! A younger guy from our group (he has family in Puebla) preached this night and it was an awesome message. The church & visitors responded to the Word of God!

As you can see, people were praying & seeking God
The lady in the purple shirt is a Pastor's wife somewhere in Mexico I believe.
*Nicole & Beth: correct me if I am wrong*

Praying for the son of a Pastor in Mexico

The Wakefield family

Friendships were formed during this missions trip & some were made stronger <3
Love these girls.

At the end of the night, everyone was all smiles!
*thumbs up*


Yay for a new post!! I love looking at these pictures :)
And yes, you are right about Sis. Michelle! She is a pastor's wife a few hours from us.




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