Saturday, April 19, 2014

Two Videos of Sendero de Vida's Church Service

Below, several videos of services that we've had at the new property. The first video was made by co-worker Jim Cottrill, and records the very first service in the new building (March 16). Several different testimonies are translated.

The second video was produced by Hector Morales, who himself has only be part of the family for a couple of years. This video is in Spanish, although has a few English elements in it (a prayer by Denny at the beginning, for example). His video is of the 4th anniversary service, April 6, 2014.

Both videos are fairly long, and you may want to skip through them, but they will give you an idea of what a worship service looks like in Mexico.

But before the video, a picture of what Xochimilco was like this past Sunday. We took Jane Beneenga and co-worker Tina Barham for a visit to this very colorful tourist attraction, in what is left of what used to be an extensive canal system that wove all through marshy Mexico City. The canals are long gone...or most of them anyway. What's left has become an outrageously disorganized and wildly colorful ride through "Mexico's Venice."

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