There is an inspirational song that is included, called "Set da world on fiar."
In order of the slides Credits and descriptions are here in listed:
Destination of the teams trip: City of Los Mochis
Team member photo in Casa Grande AZ where we were hosted by one of supporting families.
Rich Newman, director of IDT missions, gave us counsel along the way.
The students, were the real objective, not our trip or the construction work, they were great inclusions also.
The Pizzaria being up and running out in one of the small villages was a fulfillment of a mutual vision with our Mexican brethren.
The Tortillaria was also a cottage industry that our poor brethren were able to get up and running in an outer area.
Most of the construction was a warehouse made into dorm rooms and a 3 bedroom apartment for the directors family.
Home Depo taught me, on a daily basis, a lot of patience and a little wisdom as I negotiated most of the building material from them.
5 months later, other teams accomplished the finishing of what we framed, plumbed, and wired in.
The school now has a very large useful place to train and teach 45+ students, 20 of which live on site during the week.
Special thanks to Mr Osborne and Mr Booth. Without their help the trip would not have been the same.
Special thanks to Pendleton Foursquare church, and Unreached Villages supporters who made it possible to go.
Thanks to my wife and family that stayed behind to work while sending us.