Here are some of the pictures that have graced our Instagram account over the last few weeks.
This is from a recent church event. You can read about it here.
Friday was International Women’s Day…so naturally I posted a picture of my favorite international woman.
Saw this guy quite unexpectedly while docking a boat after a trip up the Una river.
That same trip yielded this picture. “Jesus Liberates” is just one of the religious messages – of varying theological soundness – that one can find emblazoned on the boats that ply the river.
Whenever a pastor from out of town visits our work, I make a point of taking him to the camp.
Itacyara has been doing an amazing job in landscaping around our house. This is just one of the plants she has cultivated.
Here is a more complete view of her handiwork.
This collection had to include at least one “train nerd” picture. This particular photo was taken as we were returning from a couple days of work at the camp.
Taken on the same trip. “Entrada” can mean “input”…if you are talking about computers.
This guy kept our team of workers company while at the hotel after a long day of work at camp.
Probably not the next missionary-mobile.
One of our local churches has an interesting way of storing books.
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“I’m next to useless in the jungle,” Mary Sue admitted as she sighted down the barrel. “I realize that, and I’m very sorry for all the trouble I’ve caused. But there’s one thing I can do. Ever since I was a little girl my daddy has been taking me to shooting ranges. Max even went with me a couple times, and though Mr. Special Forces here hates to admit it, I schooled him. A lot.” A sample from "Missionary Max and the Lost City". To read the whole thing, go to the link in the bio and click on Missionary Max. Artwork by @zilsoncosta1
Speaking of books, we have some sample sections of the Missionary Max books available. Check them out here.
My co-worker, Pastor Francivaldo, and I.
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