Just curious...where did you buy those backpacks? I am hoping to purchase some similar to those displayed for needy children.
I am looking for Tomás Shockey's email. Could you email me that or have him email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I want to talk with him about possibly coming to speak for us sometime. Thank you.]]>
I would love to get in touch with Diana. Please let me know how I can do that.
I couldn't help but see the pictures of a few years back. I currently am a missionary at Pan de Vida and many of these girls are in the classes that I teach daily (although Diana is now in Canada and we communicate through e-mail). These kids are not forgotten.]]>
The Triqui "tribe" has three distinct dialects, and the one spoken by the folks in your pictures is San Juan Copala. The interpretor is Juan Merino, and he is (or should be) much more than an interpretor. He is a man of God who speaks the language and understands the culture much more than any outsider (including a Mixtec outsider) will. Why interpret rather than develope a pastor from among the people? It is great to help people, but have you considered that we are creating a dependency and a welfare mentality? Have you read any of K.P. Yohannen's books? There is a lot behind the scenes here that you may not realize. Please don't take this note in the wrong way, but prayerfully consider.]]>
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I am travelling through Central America this winter for 4 months and would like to do some simple puppet shows for the children. Your theatre looks great! Do you have plans for it? It looks like it can fold down to almost nothing and is light. That is what I am looking for. Thanks in advance.