Dominican Republic: Sunday

Posted by on 16 Feb 2009 | Tagged as: my life.

Sunday morning we had cornflakes and a banana for breakfast. Coffee is plentiful and good here.
We went to church at Christo para toda de nationales, which translated is Christ for all the nations. It was a wonderful church and the people were very friendly. In the children’s program, I led the kids in a Spanish verse, Marcos 16:15, and also led them in a Spanish song, with the help of a CD!
After church we had lunch at the home of one of the church members who has a takeout restaurant. It was really great rice, beans and beef.
In the afternoon I took a two hour nap. I didn’t realize I was that tired!
In the evening, we had supper in the city at an empanadas stand, and we ate on the side of the street. It was a really neat environment to experience.

In our evening devotion, C talked to us about suffering. We had some good discussion about suffering.

I went to sleep about 11 pm, but not before I finished up another chapter in Treasure Island.

One Response to “Dominican Republic: Sunday”

  1. on 16 Feb 2009 at 4:50 pm 1.Nikki (Fisher) Horner said …

    Hi Nathan, long time since I have spoken to you!! I just wanted to comment on your blog because my husband and I spent our honeymoon and the following summer in Punta Cana. I know it was totally different reasons that we were there, but we absolutley loved everything about the DR. Of course we were at the resorts but the short time we spent in the city and in Santa Dimingo we absolutely loved it…especially the people!! We cannot wait to go back….if you need anything as far as donations or anything let me know. We feel like the DR is our home away from home =)

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