The India people are very good at welcoming you into there country, home, or church.
Here is the home welcome!
The orphan children study before school
Carmelle Hanson and Terri Hilman gave a lot of shots at the Free Medical camps
The girls in there dorm. The new sheets on their bed were donated by the Ironwood church women.
The first for 4 pastors training seminars
Typical country side in the area we work in. Lots of rice!
Orphan children. The little girl on the left really wanted to come back in my suitcase!
The travelers on this trip put together and donated 4 bicycles and 4 drums for various very poor pastors. The bicycles save many miles of walking each week!
This poor widows pastor husband very recently died of cancer. It was a such a joy to be able to help her.
The ladies of the kitchen finally get to eat! They work so hard!
Turtle for supper.
The canals are used for everything from bathing water buffalo, irrigating rice field, washing clothes, and drinking!
The hand made bricks become the furnace to be dried to make ready for use.
From left: Shandra Hilman, Carmelle Hanson, Emily Wouri, Terri Hilman along with many Indian friends at God'd Peace Temple.
This lady is a true pillar of the church! What an inspiration and story of dedication she is!
The Western women by the well.
A group of bible scholars that knew English stopped by so we gifted them a Joseph book! These were the only people that knew English that we saw besides our hosts who were also our translators.
Another pastors training seminar. The mud and thatched roof church was a wonderful place and made a very cozy church
How sea salt is made! Next stop, the table!
Women work so very hard in India, but they keep smiling!
The travelers on this trip donated personally to host 8 of these camps which served between 800 and 1000 very poor people.
People line up for the free medical camp that was held on a roof top.