As the week goes on, the Lord continues to work through all of the Potter’s Clay participants to really serve and love their brothers and sisters. Relationships between Westmont students and the people they are working with from Ensenada are truly deepening. Despite the language barrier that exists, the relationships that are forming are real, strong, and founded on the love of Christ, and it is beautiful to see. Yesterday, like most days, was an eventful day full of fellowship, service, and joyfulness. The photos below only capture a small portion of all the work that is being done and love that is being shared.
A VBS team of Westmont students with some of the kids they have been working with this week.
One of our VBS teams with the niños of the church La Puerta del Cielo
Another VBS team with the kids they are working with at La Iglesia de Dios
The kitchen team visited the medical clinic yesterday, and grilled food for the students, doctors, and patients
Our lovely kitchen team
Westmont students talking with patients at triage at the medical clinic
Students working hard at the medical/dental/optical clinic
This year, Potter’s Clay added a surf ministry. Yesterday was the advanced surf clinic as well as a surf competition. Westmont’s surf team took 2nd place in the competition.Happy surfers!
Last night, the women and men sports teams played in a soccer tournament. Here, the women are celebrating after winning the championship. ¡Ayayayay!¡Ganadoras!
All of the men teams praying together at the end of the tournament.
The Westmont men’s sports team took 2nd in the tournament. Here, they are with the winners of the tournament, the team from La Gran Comisión. The competition was high, and both teams truly played their hearts out.
As always… ¡Dios le bendiga!