If you didn't see the first post, scroll down! You can also see all the pictures at www.robandbecky.com/family/pictures.htm (you will need to scroll down to find the Guatemala pictures).
Carrie and Susan setting up the army cots in the church.
We made sure to pray or present the gospel to each patient that came thru before they got their medications. Here Julie and RMI missionary, Brandon, are sharing.
Here's me counseling a patient on how to take their medications. I had a Spanish translator, Alexis, but the pastor of our sister church, Javier, was often translating the Spanish into Mam. many of the people are illiterate, so we had pictures to remind them how to take their medications. It was important to make sure they understood before they left.
Carrie Jumped right in the kitchen as helped some of the ladies prepare meals. Julia is on the left and Delphina on the right.
All the babies are carried like this on backs! The ladies just go about their work. Older siblings often carried their younger siblings like this on their backs as well.
There is going to have to be a Part 3!