Virginia Corsini: We haven’t been in Peru very long, but I can already see so many things happening here.
The first couple days were pretty rough. Satan snuck in and pitted a lot of people against each other, but as time went on we got more in touch with the Lord and our surroundings, we mended the bond and now we are working together to resist the devil. Our job here is just starting since we just received our material today but hanging out with the Peruvians these last few days has been so fun. Showering and washing clothes is so much easier here than Boot Camp! And we get actual beds! Some may say we are “living rough”, but we it’s actually really nice here! I haven’t been able to go to the market yet, but I’m excited to see what’s out there. Everyone rides motor cars and motorcycles and there are practically no cars. It’s funny. I love it here and I can’t wait to see what God is going to do through us the rest of the summer.
Claire Speer: We’ve only been here for a few days but it feels longer. Most of us have bonded but like with any family there’s been a bit conflict but we’ve managed to work it out. The locals have been very kind and hospitable. We had the opportunity to interact with kids and teens. Last night we got to play volleyball with them. Peru is beautiful and it’s people are also.