We had another great day building and evangelizing.  God is doing amazing things in us and through us. Day #2 was difficult for Nikki. It was a long day on our feet, walking hilly streets and getting acquainted with street evangelism as well and the physical labor of building, not to mention that is was very hot. She felt torn because she had so many things she wanted to share with people but it either wasn't the right time or right place. At one point she got dehydrated and over heated and needed to take some time out. Her knees were in a lot of pain as well. By the end of day #2, she was exhausted and frustrated, feeling as if she failed God. 

 

Our theme for day #3 was perserverence. This really spoke to Nikki. She woke up experiencing God's healing power. She had a lot of pain in her knees the day before. We prayed for her before we went to sleep and she woke up pain free and has REMAINED pain free! Thank you Lord! Then, she did a fantastic job sharing her testimony in Spanish. Afterwards she had the opportunity to serve as a translator while one of our team members prayed for someone to receive Christ! WOW! What a turn around! I'm so proud of Nikki for not giving up and folding in when tempted. As she chose to perserverence, I believe God stepped in and strengthened her. Below are a few pictures from day #3.

 Nikki in the pink shirt and blue hat sharing her 2 minute miracle to the crowd (not pictured). 

Nikki in the pink shirt and blue hat sharing her 2 minute miracle to the crowd (not pictured). 

 The crowd Nikki was speaking to

The crowd Nikki was speaking to

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 Pastor Tom from Orlando sharing the Goapel with the kids

Pastor Tom from Orlando sharing the Goapel with the kids

 We can see the Mexico/U.S. border from our building site. Zoom in and you can see it in the distance. It looks like a wall separating the many homes on the left from barren land on the right.

We can see the Mexico/U.S. border from our building site. Zoom in and you can see it in the distance. It looks like a wall separating the many homes on the left from barren land on the right.

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