Yesterday was the last night with the seminar, so today is our first “day of rest.’ We all had devos in Daniel’s room at 11:00 am.
We all looked “blah.” Wheeze, cough, hack, sniffle…”
A few of us have started packing. It has gone by fast, but it feels like years have gone by since the first day. We have become one big family. Lorianne was saying, “It’s funny how we call the hotel ‘home’ and the bus our ‘car.’” This has been home for the past few weeks, and having a family like this has been awesome. I don’t think it could have been any better. It was perfect.
In our bus that we call “home”.
I don’t think I realized until this trip how deep the love of God is. It has been so amazing seeing the love of God change people. But the cool thing is, He used us to show His love. Last night His love became evident through the testimonies that people shared. It is so totally awesome to be able to show others the love of God and see it direct their life.
One of the hardest things to do last night was to say goodbye. There is a group of teens that have become our friends. Talk about emotional! We were singing “A Passion for Thee” and holding back tears, but then I saw that some people in the crowd were crying. Then it hit me, “I am leaving, and they are not coming with me!” By then the tears were flowing all around and everybody hugged and kissed everybody. I think my family might get a little taste of Argentine cultural greetings when I get home.
I am going to miss Argentina and my second family. I love you guys!
Kaytra Copper, for the team