A note from Amy Huber in Honduras:
We spent the morning playing and sharing several purposeful activities and crafts that each tell a part of the gospel story in a very tactile way. After lunch we have a few hours of soccer, jump ropes, bubbles and quieter activities inside like puzzles and coloring pages. An older man shyly sat down at the table with perhaps his grandson. Pretty soon, he was coloring himself. I think he may have been colorblind, because he colored his tree blue, but he was having a great time and our table enjoyed a sweet fellowship despite our cultural differences. You never know what God will use.