Saturday, October 25, 2008

San Ramon: October 17th & 18th '08

A view of San Ramon from the church building.

Small group interaction during the seminar.

Pastor Federico Acuna translating for Wayne during the Inductive Bible Study Seminar.

Discussing the story of the four men and the paralytic in Mark 2

Pastor Donilo of Iglesia Centro Christiano San Ramon

Individually studying the Epistle of Jude.

Graduates of Costa Rica's first ever IBS Seminar!

Almuerzo (Lunch)

Soup: beef, elote (young corn), rice, potatoes

Mixed Veggies: Cayote (looks like squash, tastes like cabbage), plantains and other earthy goodies.

Hamburgers Tico Style

We visited Fede's good friend Macho (nick-name for blond Ticos). Macho is third generation owner of this bakary: The Dutchess.

I was hard up for money, so I went to work!

The Lord is our strength!!!


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