The Hayes Zoo

Our Purpose

- to know God and use our entire lives in service to Him.

- to stand in the gap through prayer, giving and service to viable ministries in Latin America.

- to be transparent helpers of fellow brothers and sisters in Christ, using our resources and skills that through the Holy Spirit, we might encourage and equip those who have less.

- to share a living perspective from Latin America to our churches, friends and family in the states and beyond.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Pretty soon the banner will change....

as we will be leaving Honduras and moving again. Back to Mexico, to new adventures on this little road trip we call life.

So this week???


Alan and Allen went to Monte de la Virgin again to see the FINISHED bridge and to do some adjustments on the cables. I promise there will be pictures and a blog post from Alan at some point. He showed me on our teeny camera and the video of Allen driving across and I promise, it's really cool.

Selling off of things.
Delivering of things.
Letting go of things

Packing again.
Packing the truck.

Visiting lots! See - there is always a silver lining. :)

The plan (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA) is to leave Wednesday. It will take us around 4 days of driving through three countries and the border crossings therein to get to Mitla. If you would pray for safety, sanity, simple and quick border crossings (with no major fees) that would be wonderful and we would be ever so thankful.

I will be very glad this time next week. :)

This too shall pass has become my favorite phrase...



TexasHeather said...

Praying, praying, praying. And looking forward to hearing from you when you get to Mitla. And praying some more.

Missus Wookie said...

Holding you all in the light. May your travels be swift and ignored by border guards...

Grateful for Grace said...

Wow! You've got quite a week ahead of you. I hope it goes much smoother than you think it might. ;-)

Know that there are some who are living vicariously even through the craziness.

Cory & Kris Thede said...

This too shall pass is a good one at times. Mine in med. school was "That which doesn't not kill me makes me stronger" Praying for you this week. May you be able to look back at this time with a thankful heart and have lots of good family memories. Fauche