Slow, but steady


It seems like every time I visit "Cachisagua" they have something special going on. So the FLET bible study program got put on hold for months. But they still want to continue. Finally, this Sunday we got six of the fourteen students to meet and continue their studies. I'm finding that, in the communities, things don't move fast, but they don't die either. The most important factor is the relationship. We continue to be part of the family. In fact, the girl sitting on the second bench is paralyzed from the waist down. Her name in Amanda. When I first began in Cachisagua teaching music, she was one of the students learning to play charango. Later she was in a car accident. Amazingly she is still bright and cheerful. Her family gives her full support. She has regained some feeling in her legs, and continues in physical therapy three times a week. We pray she will be able to walk someday. In the meantime, we're trying to help them get internet installed in her home so that she can begin to work on a university degree by extension. God has His perfect plans!