|Cristian Diaz is in 9th Grade|
Growth is inevitable from now on.
Since January, our classes have not only been filled with students, but also with the noise that comes with construction.
Our fifth building is well on its way!
In addition to the many workers who put in a full day of work, we also have several of our male students from high school putting in extra hours after school in order to contribute. Their efforts will go toward their required hours of social work. It is so encouraging to see the guys, who could be doing so many other things, taking the time to give back to the ministry that has given them so much. This time of year, the conditions outside are extreme (to us Americans).
|Douglas Rodriguez is |
in 10th Grade
Temperatures in the high 90s
Acrid smoke from the trash dump
Direct sunlight with little to no shade
In the midst of all of this, the attitude from these students is nothing but positive. It certainly would be easy for them to complain, but instead they choose to offer a positive example for their peers that taking responsibility and working towards a goal is how we move forward in life. Praise GOD for these young men and for the example they set not only for the younger students behind them, but for all of us as well.