Here are some photos to help you better understand where I'm at during this trip.
|La Paz is located at that blue circle.|
|Close to the bottom of the Baja Peninsula but in the Bay of La Paz.|
|Here is La Paz|
Once I arrived in La Paz, I had to wait an extra 40 minutes for my missionary colleague (Steve Dresselhaus) to pick me up, since I got there in record time. Not a problem--I enjoy watching people. However, after traveling all day and not sleeping long enough the night before, and not being hydrated enough, my head started pounding. Finally, tonight it's almost gone.
After a delicous meal prepared for me by my hosts (Steve's wife, Lois Dresselhaus), we headed to the waterfront here in La Paz for some ice-cream and to watch the sunset. The ice-cream was refreshing in the warm weather, and the sunset was beautiful, as only God can do.
|Sunset in La Paz, Mexico|
|My beautiful bride, Becky|
|Caleb, 10 years old|
|Samuel, 7 years old|
|David, 5 years old|
|Lilianna, my princess, 3 years old|
Now, is it beautiful here? Yes! But this is work. I know, many people would love to work here! If you haven't read it in our regular updates yet, which you can access here, I'm down here looking into how we at TEAM and RECONCILIAMAR (a Mexican non-profit started by missionary Steve Dresselhaus) can work together with A Rocha at stewarding God's creation and sharing the gospel with a broader scope and deeper impact.
|Myself on the left, Dr. Bob Sluka in the middle, Steve Dresselhaus on right.|
|Chicago has their "Bean", La Paz has their "Pearl".|