We just thought we'd share some pictures from service. We've been having some good experiences with the tract work and we are having a lot of fun.
This is the other congregation's board for auxiliary pioneers
Our congregation put up little worker bees for their special, regular, and auxiliary pioneers
San Martin- one of our territories
Service equipment: Camera, Bible and folder, purse, and UMBRELLA. Not because it rains, to fight of dogs (it happens) and to bang on doors.
Micros (buses) dont make a circuit here, they just drop you off in a random barrio and park.
Sometimes we pause service to wait for a protest to pass.... Dont worry please
About 20+ people in service just walking down the street in a long disorderly line. Talking to one another, standing in the big group constantly, pointing everywhere... (Imagine anything that would make Germaine twitch in service...)
Super crowded street by the market. You can see people hanging out of the micro. This is what it looks like when classes get out around noon
Imagine the hills around the Snake River were populated. That is Sucre.
And there is no river by the way
Steep hills that we walk up that are super littered. Everyone (including witnesses) just throw their trash wherever they want.
Sisters talking to women for the tract work.
See the blanket on the woman's back? Usually it has a kid in it. I wonder how many fall out...
Stairs. Imagine climbing them with 9k feet elevation
|Steep hill. Preaching away|
Our service group went for saltenas after door to door. There were 16 of us. Pretty adorable.
Got to run to meeting!!! Bye and loves :)