Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Despite the rainy, muddy days, we have had a productive week so far and busy clinics.  Monday Kemmel and I picked up Goyo Nieto, a preacher from the Brewer Road Church of Christ in North Carolina, and successfully made it to Chichicastenango after a night of rain and more mudslides.  Goyo is teaching our men's leadership seminar this week on I and II Timothy.  So far we have heard great comments.  We thought the rain would be over by now, but were wakened throughout the night by more rain.  It continued until about noon.  The drive was good practice for 4 -wheeling and Sheri and I got to help a 15 year-old get his truck unstuck from the mud.  Thankfully we didn't have any major mudslides in our path. 
On the downside, Kemmel slid and fell yesterday at clinic and we are pretty sure he tore his rotator cuff in his right shoulder (dominant arm).  He can't raise his arm up beyond what his elbow and neck can do, so showering and dressing and driving are proving to be a challenge.  We are going to the city on Saturday for an MRI.  Be praying for him and we will keep you updated. 

1 comment:

AuntieAimee said...

Sorry you are hurting Kemmel. We will be praying for you!