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Let us introduce you to our mission host family, the Barriga's. Their names are Sosimo Andrate Barriga Romero and his wife Yannirett Mogollon de Barriga. They are both 42 years old, and they have a son, Daniel Barriga Mogollon (Just turned 7 on May 24th).
They have made a long difficult journey to serve at La Mision in Peru. Please click on this article and get familiar with them.
1 Nov, Wed - Give me a minute, it's still a blur ... what did we do this day .... Finally bought some oil to use the primary part of the sachi-popa cooking station we bought for the mission. Prior to this we have only used the grill, now we will use the deep fryers for chicken and potatoes.
Made the investment to purchase the 'battery', what you call drums in spanish.
2 Nov, Thurs - Much decorating of the main meeting area for the coming holiday season. Also retrofitting the original kitchen to be an extension of the main meeting room, intended for 'musician' use (drums, keyboard, etc).
3 Nov, Fri - Arrival of our San Diego and Mexico team. 8 people dropped to 7 due to last minute emergencies put on our San Diego pastor. Of the 7 visitors, 5 were from San Diego (Ron Nielson, Hank Sybrandry, Richard Lamb, Johnny Cena & Doug Sholder), and 2 from Mexico (Tanto Hussein & Pedro). Hank, Richard and Doug represent Missions from Branch Church, Ron Neilson represented Horizon Church and is a close associate with Tanto. Tanto and Pedro represent Mas Vida Bible school in Mexico which is where our resident missionaries are students of.
We arrived at “La Misión” in time for more rest and Sunday services in evening. Caught a lunch in the village at what we like to refer to as ‘Burro King’ and ran into one of my ‘little friends’ who was glad to see me. Abel Quispe, our contractor of five years, came by to discuss work with us (wasting no time). Although we didn’t bother to go into Ica for services at El Shaddai, we did enjoy services that evening at the mission.
14 August, Monday - day of rest at the mission. We did a construction supply run to Ica to get Abel started with the 3 bathrooms that needed to be tiled. He was available to work, and could do that major chore on his own.