518 - Surgery Inglesby Antigua

Looking for his motherGetting on the bus to AntiguaMom-to-be-Shelly, Surgery DirectorWe needed 2 buses for the tripLunch on the bus TEAM 518

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This morning the team was able to sleep in with a 7:15 breakfast start.  As the last of the wood was being stacked for our morning fire, final fruit, eggs, bagels, and coffee were prepped.  Father Matthew lead the opening prayer, citing the “holy hush around us as God’s glory fill[ed] this... Read More
After a hearty plate of French toast casserole, the team gathered by the fireside in preparation for the day. Father Matthew opened today's prayer by thanking God for all he has given. He prayed for continued energy, creativity, and ingenuity for the team as we prepped for our last day of... Read More
Fortunate enough to be up before dawn, one could witness a spew of lava in the distance following the craggy silhouette of the volcano.  It was a reminder of the power of beauty in our world.  Breakfast at 5:15 included oatmeal casserole, bagels, toast, and piles of fresh pineapple,... Read More
After another early rise and hearty helping of breakfast enchiladas, the team met for prayer, graciously lead by Tom K.  With the low dim of fire in the background, our early song followed to appropriately describe our mission in praise: "You are the potter; we are the clay; the work of your... Read More
For most of us, a 5:15 start this morning included French bread casserole, fruit, eggs, coffee and juice on another cool, calm morning. The cooking team behind the scenes started much earlier, around 4 a.m., beating the birds to the day. Julie opened our prayer as Father Matthew has fallen... Read More
5:45 AM and the team began assembling for breakfast and coffee.  Afterwards, with volcanic activity muted by a cloudy haze in a brisk morning air, we gathered around a patio fire for prayer and song.  “And though these are the days of great trials; Of famine and darkness and sword; Still we... Read More