|Iglesia del Nazareno|
Nueve de Julio, Argentina
Jessica led the kids in songs; we clapped and sang along, taking photos of their precious expressions. She’d told us that many of the children are “gypsy kids” from families that move around a lot, according to the work available to their parents. The kids were used to a small snack each Saturday but, this week, they were treated to a ravioli dinner with crusty bread and juice. They’re learning lots about Jesus in the songs and by the actions of the generous folks involved. After the kids headed home, we were fed too! It was a hot day and, after lots of kisses and blessings, we got back in 2 vehicles and started back to Pilar. Along the way was an area of dairy farms – “La Ruta de Queso” was the nickname. We stopped at a cheese shop to taste and buy some delicious cheeses to take home!