Panama Day Three

Today was our first "work day" in Panama. Wow, our team worked very hard - these teens are all about building this Child Development Center to advance the Kingdom. You will see in the pictures, two trenches, several feet deep, were dug to hold rebar which was covered in cement (transported via wheelbarrow) to build the foundation. The other big project today was digging up an area where a bathroom will be added. This involved shoveling, one shovel at a time, clay/dirt into buckets which were then carried over to the foundation of the CDC to build up that foundation area. Blessings come in relationship building with the local people - there is a young woman learning English as a second language, who desires to become a teacher; she is excited to have English-speaking friends to practice with. We have quickly begun to build relationships with the construction workers that are on-sight too. Tomorrow will be continued hard work on the building and possibly a VBS for the kids.

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