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#607 our story

One of our children adopted years ago is Alex & he lives in Ruston, La. He is a senior in high school & wants to come stay with us a month & study Spanish. That will be a blessing for us. Dottie had a women’s breakfast & she…

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#606 Our sory

This Sunday, February 2, if you were a child who lived at Casa in the past & want to be in our Christmas photo please come at 8:45am & immediately after the church service we will take your picture. Put it on social media please. If you cannot…

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#605 Our story

Today was visiting day so I spent the morning making 60 five minute radio shows for KAJN. Today also was the first service for the latest church that we along with your help have built. One of our teen girls had successful eye surgery. Cindy 2 who is…

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#604 our story

I brought the older boys over to the girl’s side for the morning. I made radio shows in the afternoon. Mike F. left today after a full week of working with our administrative team. Adela lives in our house and helps Dottie and Michelle 11/27-28/2003. Tonight was graduation…

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#603 our story

Our hearts were broken today as the 5 year old triplets & their brother & sister were sent back to the parents. The judge took 20 minutes to make his decision & the mother cried because she is scared for the children. This is why we need your…

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#602 our story

Mike F. extended his visit a he is working with the Casa team on the new web site & our new accounting system which will keep me from having to do the finances. Cristine & McKenna took Michelle & Adela out for two movies, two meals & a…

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#601 our story

We have a team of 14 expert carpenters, electricians, etc. to reroof the clinic. The next building needing a roof is the dialysis house. These are both single story buildings. Then we have to look at reroofing my house and Eesperanza that are both 2 floors high &…

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#600 our story

I was supposed to visit Dr. Lou’s new dialysis facilities with Aroldo but felt so bad last night I cancelled then woke up feeling better but it takes nearly 2 hours in the morning traffic to get to Roosevelt hospital. Aroldo actually teaches a class on dialysis with…

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#599 Our Story

OPPORTNITY:This year we have 40 university students so the costs is $10,000 per month or $250 per student. If you, your church or Sunday school class would like to help at least partially for a student that would be wonderful. We received the first two sets of commercial…

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#598 our story

The Texas team left today. Mike F. began working with us on the new web site. The Pa. team had bingo and pizza for the transition & university students. Quique's birthday The government of Guatemala that thousands of people from other central American countries have stormed the Guatemala/Mexican…

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#597 our story

Mike F. arrived to help us understand the new web site. The Texas team had pizza for the older girls. They also played “Musical Chairs” & it did not matter who won—they all received a prize. This is our son, Orlando Minor, who is on staff as our…

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#596 Our story

17th: The Pennsylvania team went shopping in Antigua. The Texas team fed pizza to the boys in Vencedores and Buen Pastor. We ordered the first two sets of commercial washers and dryers. We will be going on our new web site hopefully in a day or two so…

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#595 our story

I received the greatest news today although I will not share with you what it is. Just be happy for me! The Pennsylvania team is composed of seamstresses so they are making skirts & repairing old skirts, etc. This is a huge job so we are so blessed…

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#594 our story

Rosario, who was raised at Casa and a great kid who worked in the dialysis house, married Wilbur who also was raised here came by to show me she is graduating as a psychologist and wants me to escort her. I am so proud of her. Duke &…

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#593 our story

My LSU Tigers are National Champions but Jesus doesn’t care. The Maryland team went on another outreach. Oscar went to get the prices on two commercial washers and dryers so we can purchase them & install them. Today is inauguration day so we have a new president &…

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#592 our story

We had our first school assembly of 2020. Each teacher was introduced. Jim showed “Pilgrim’s Progress” in his class. Two of the children raised here, Abraham & Angelica, are new teachers in our school. Angelica and Abraham. Raised here and now on the school staff. 11/1/2003. We were…

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#589 our story

Jim had a devotional for our staff this morning. We still are lacking two teachers for the new school year that begins Monday. Mike F and Dorcas along with Sebastian are still working on the finances. Blanca who was raised here and is studying accounting on weekends began…

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#591 our story

The sermon this morning was on why we need to read the Bible everyday. The Lord wants us to know Him & the better we know Him the stronger we will be. Dottie along with Minor, Quique, Tony & Oscar barbecued hamburgers. Tomorrow the new school year begins…

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#590 our story

A number of folks helped and Oscar now has an office area for his architect work. So we dedicated it today. Jose’ came to tell me he finished the church, school & pastor’s home that we built. Thank you all who send us money to build churches. Adela…

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#589 our story

Jim had a devotional for our staff this morning. We still are lacking two teachers for the new school year that begins Monday. Mike F and Dorcas along with Sebastian are still working on the finances. Blanca who was raised here and is studying accounting on weekends began…

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