For now the pictures will capture this weekend's events.
Saturday evening was Possiblitiy International's evening to honor their workers on the ground. Nearly 45 folks gathered in a local resturant to recognize the local folks here who work with the homeless, elderly, and disabled. They are truly a blessing to know.
Sitting around this dinner table were ladies from China, Krygyzstan, Canada, Ukraine and the US...so many different nationalities and one common purpose. (Personal note: Should you be wondering - I am wearing about four layers of clothes as it was snowy and cold and our apartment is quite cold with very little heat. David and I had a laugh over this picture,but I told him no one would think I gained that much weight in two weeks!)
The same goes for this table, too....a common passion and a common love for the people of this Central Asia country.
We awoke to this Sunday morning snow greeting - about three or more inches on the ground. It was beautiful, but it is also spring :). By this evening, it had mostly melted away.
After church and lunch, we were invited to speak to a group of teens. David introduced the team from Canada to a group of young people gathered in a room above a gymnasiusm. These young people come together each week to hear a speaker and then break dance, learn guitar and drum and some to learn English.
Jim from Canada shares his life changing story with the teens.