Wednesday, October 14, 2009
There was a large turn out for our 1st MIM's Costa Rica Meeting. Wes started everyone in singing "Sing the Wondrous Love of Jesus" and we all got to meet Arthur E. Hill.
Matt and Lisa talked about the school and projects and needs. We prayed that the High School group will be able to get their Visa'a on Thursday so they will be able to come to Wheaton in January for 3 weeks. We prayed especially for Gretel that she would have no problems getting the Visa.
Matt showed pictures on the buildings progress. This Blog has most of the projects that need to be accomplished before the new school year.
Prayer for the Befus support concerns. Also to finish out the school year strong and a safe trip home on Friday.
Our Scripture verse this year is Ephesians 2:10.
The next meeting will be in the Common's building in the Stars room, same as last year on Monday November 9th at 7pm.
The following meetings are December 7th and January 4th.
The Lord has already put together this Team if you know it or not. If undecided pray about going. If the Lord wants you to go,submit your application and reserve your seat on the plane and prepare to do a lot of work and give all the glory to our Lord.
Wally Korol <><
Posted by MIM Costa Rica at 7:13 PM
Thursday, October 1, 2009
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It will be good to see you Wheaton guys next week. I look forward the the MIM meeting.
Attached you will find a jpg image of the construction priorities for the school in both the short and long term. Some decisions have been made by the academic and administrative directors here that have caused a rearrangement of priorities.
Finishing the K-P building for use by students in February is still on top (along with getting the playground down there), but we also want to get the high school computer lab moved underneath the gym, in the room that is currently used for art (Ray and Sigrid's bedroom in January). There are a number of good reasons to do this. For me the most important is having the computer lab next to the library...
So, with this change we could really use electricians and computer network people (there's lots of work for you here, Ray). Of course we also still need skilled cabinet-maker carpenters.
See some of you next week!
Posted by MIM Costa Rica at 2:24 PM