We were greeted with hot empanadas de carne (meat pockets) and, almost immediately, got in line for a short horse ride (mine was named Elena).The day also included their museum, a gift shop, asado (a HUGE grilled meal, 5 courses of just the meat!) with a vocal and dance show, ending with a gaucho show outside, showing off lots of tricks on horseback! What a great day! We enjoyed connecting with part of the team, discovering that one guy, Scott Crenshaw, had served at our local church in St Louis quite a few years ago! On Friday, the team went back to work and we were privileged to have some workshops and meals with Dr Christian Sarmiento (our Regional Director) and Dr David Graves (one of our Nazarene General Superintendents).