May Update from TuTP Mexico

What a lot is going on right now! Abraham and I started out the celebrations on April 29th with some gifts and a special meal at home to mark the first of our anniversaries of seven years of marriage. Our second seventh anniversary is June 21st. This is because the April anniversary is for our civil ceremony – required in Mexico – and the other anniversary is for the church wedding.

April 30 is Children´s Day which is a big deal in Mexico. At church and at home we had games, face painting, gifts, and stories from the Bible about God´s heart for children. We had an unusually large group of children at our house that afternoon. They probably remembered from past years that there would be something extra for their special day.
No sooner had we partied for all the children when it was time to have our son´s fourth birthday party. We chose to have a low-key family celebration at home on the actual day of his birthday, since his cousin also has her birthday on May 6, and we went to her party the same day. We will have some friends over in two weeks for a slightly more elaborate birthday party latyer.

On Sunday, May 8th, we had a small gathering of neighbor ladies and their children for Mother´s Day. The children arrived first and played for awhile before making cards for their moms. A couple hours later, the mothers arrived. They decorated cups, and then everyone snacked on ice cream, cake, and coffee while Abraham read Proverbs 31. When we had prayed for the mothers, the event ended.

Already established weekly activities:

– Kids´ club, Footprints of Christ, Sundays from 3 to 7 ish
– English class Saturday morning and Tuesday evening
– Home visits and Bible study various days
– Bible study with extended family Wednesdays
– Teaching in Puebla Christian School Tuesdays and Thursdays

In planning:
– VBS, July 18 – 22, 24 –John, the Beloved Disciple
– Single parents´ event at Dios es Amor, possibly in August

Thank you for continuing to pray for us. We have enjoyed much better health this year than last year, thanks in part to the homeopathic treatments our kids are taking. We appreciate your faithful support as part of our team.
God bless!

The Lechuga family

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