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About About Me. So this Friday was the kick off of Castle Club during the week. I worked in the area of Soyapango. I taught English and then we hung out and played video games and then had a devotional time with the kids.
It was a lot of fun because I am getting to know the kids better and work with younger kids that I don't usually work with. I can tell it really means a lot to them that I am actually coming into their neighborhoods to teach them English and hang out. We did two sessions, one in the morning and one in the evening, because the kids here go to school at different times. I really enjoyed it and Monday I will be working in an area called San Jacinto. I have discovered some new music.
Well, I don't know if all of it is necessary new but to me it is. For the Mutemath fans out there I definitely recommend getting their new one "Armistice. I went grocery shopping today and to my sheer delight stumbled upon Crystal Hot Sauce. Crystal Hot Sauce is my favorite hot sauce ever, not just because it is the same name as me, but because it has the best flavor. I bought three bottles and a bottle of the extra hot stuff. I may have had to pay a little more than what it is at home but it is an exported item here and totally worth it.
The improved taste of my food is worth the price. Today most of the Pastor's and children's leaders took about 45 children from the Guardians program to a water park called Termos del Rio.
We were there all day long and had a lot of fun. My roommates and I went there a few years back for my birthday but by noon we were ready to go. It was definitely more fun going with a bunch of kids that had never been to a water park before. It was a also a time to just hang out and get to know each other better. Don and Terri Triplett showed up around lunch and some of the boys talked Don into going down one of the slides that is basically a free fall and he did it.
However, now I am absolutely beat. I didn't sleep hardly at all last night because I think I had food poisoning so I was suffering through the night and then all day in the sun and water equals I want to go to bed now. Me with a few of the Guardians that graduated.
A few of the kids that graduated into the Guardians doing a song for the church. Newly graduated Guardians being prayed over. Today was graduation day. We had children from Castle Club graduate into the Guardian program and sadly we had Guardians graduate into Adolescents. Some of the kids I have known since I was an intern in ! It was a little sad but it is time for them to move up and I know God is going to use them in mighty ways as they continue to seek the Lord.
Labels: Adolescents , Castle Club , graduation , Guardians. Yesterday was the Guardian's "Big Day" service as they call it here. King's Castle has been in El Salvador for 20 years this year so we decided to do the theme of leaving a legacy. We pulled out old photos and put together a slide show, we showed old videos, and they did a funny drama about King's Castle in the past, today, and the future.
For the ministry time we did a drama talking about how we, as leaders, want to leave a legacy. So as we did the drama we all sat down at the table, as Jesus did with his disciples, then the children came up and we gave them our seats signifying that these children will be our legacy. Afterwards, Pastor Mario called up the leadership team, that works with the Guardians, and had the kids surround us and pray for us.
It was a very powerful time and I was just in awe that the Lord chose me to come and work in this country with this ministry and these children. The central church of King's Castle has divided the city, and outlying areas, of San Salvador into different zones.
Each zone has its own pastor that works within the area during the week and then everyone comes together to church on Sunday. Between another Missionary Associate and I the zones have been split up four and four. So the past two days I went with the leaders, of children's discipleship, to visit the zones and talk to the Pastors and servant leaders about a new program we want to implement during the week.
The idea is to have a "club" for the kids to participate in once a week. It would not be anything mandatory but something fun for the children and to help us, as leaders, to create stronger relationships with the children. We will be having an English class, then we will have a time of playing games or making something, and at the end a devotion time.
I obviously will be teaching English but I will also be involved with the rest of the activities. However, it is a difficult to accomplish having the children meet in one central location. The greatest problem, yesterday, was having a safe place for the children to meet together.
Some children live in part of the neighborhood that is one gang's territory and the other children live on the side of the opposite gang's territory.
The children do not cross over. The parents or caretakers do not want their kids crossing over, either. However, being with the ministry King's Castle we can freely go on both sides. So with the help of the leaders, that live in that area, we are going to pray and try to bring all the kids in one spot. I would also like to tell you a story that is unfortunately a very common story with the children I work with. This is the story of Melissa, a 12 year old little girl, who doesn't have parents.
We went to visit different children in their homes yesterday. The last house we went to the girls were all sitting outside with their grandmother, aunt, and mom. Melissa's grandmother was telling us the reason she hasn't been coming to the program on Saturday is because she has not been behaving well. We talked to Melissa about how important it is to behave and do your chores things like that. When we finished visiting with them she walked us out.
So we asked Melissa who she lived with and she said her grandmother, mom and her sister's. We asked where her mom was and she said the other lady sitting by my grandmother.
She also said, "But my mom doesn't take care of me or give me food, she never has. My grandmother is in charge of me. It really touched our hearts and made us think well no wonder she is hurting, no wonder she is acting out. This is just one of the many problems the children I am working with have and the purpose of this "club" is to create closer relationships so that we can give love and advice to these kids were it is lacking.
Most importantly demonstrating the love of Jesus Christ. Labels: Club Castillo , king's castle , San Salvador. Labels: interns , photos. Today I had a meeting with the children's pastors that I have been working with since I have been in El Salvador. But it is always new when I return from working with the World Warrior's because I have been doing that for the past two months.
So I will be working in four zones, areas of San Salvador and some surrounding areas, having meetings with the kids. I will be teaching english, having devotional time, and then a time to just hang out and play with the kids. I am really looking forward to spending more time out in the community. I am also helping out with the translating of the Guardian manuals.
This Sunday the children are in charge of the service, which we call Big Day, and so all this week will be practicing and preparing for that. So as the summer months are dying down the work that we have here certainly is not. Labels: El Salvador , World Warrior's. However, the drive takes about 30 or 40 minutes because of construction.
My roommate Karen and I went out there yesterday so I could surf and we could relax a little at the beach. When we arrived to El Sunzal, the beach where I was surfing, we ran into some friends. One is involved with Christian Surfers and he invited us to a Bible Study they were having down at another beach. So we went to El Zonte and surfed a little and then went to the Bible Study. It was so good and I really enjoyed it. Surfers have such a bad reputation and I think it is great that they have this organization to reach out to the local kids.
The worship was cool because it was just a guy playing a guitar, everyone was still in bathing suits and board shorts from coming in from surfing, and the message was great. I especially enjoyed the message when he related stuff from the Bible into a way that surfers understand. Reading a comic book tract to a street boy. Doing a dance at the youth service. Talking to some young boys that used to be Guardians at Mega Dia. Talking to some kids at a program.
Playing limbo at a program. All the interns left on Monday and all this week I have been moving into our new place. It is nice and much more roomier and such a blessing because we are paying the same price as our place before. This week has been a time to rest, move, and take care of things that I haven't been able to since I have been working non stop the past 2 months.
Now my work will return to somewhat normality. I will still be busy and working hard but I will be in the country instead of traveling throughout Central America. I am still without internet so until then my blog posts will be sporadic.
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