Breakfast started at 7:00am this morning! Dishes were taken care of and the Team got ready for the day. We all went downstairs for a worship time once again making sure that we took advantage of this time to get our hearts right with God. The end of outreach is upon us and we engage Team members in a debriefing process that helps them download what they have learned during the outreach. David felt that this window in time would suit us best since our schedule for the few days we have left is filling up quickly. During this time David received a phone call from Saesoon Church informing us that they would like us to do a full performance for their elementary class kids.
After our debriefing time Megan headed to Mark’s school with Jamie, Rachel, Lydia and Janae. David cooked lunch, we ate and headed to town to do some last minute gift shopping for our loved ones at home. We spent a couple of hours in town and then headed back on the bus. By this time Megan and her small team were back so we got ready for our performance for the elementary children. Things seem to be catching up with us as I noticed we were all TIRED!!! We had a good time none the less and headed back to have dinner that Megan and David prepared.
We were on the bus at 5:30pm and were literally whisked off to our final scheduled time with MDream Children’s Home. Even though we were tired we had a blast. Fun and games with the kids was the order of the night and I don’t think we left until about 10:15pm. There were some teary eyes as we bid farewell to the kids and staff at the orphanage. They presented us with gifts after the games and we once again sat down for snacks which would be our final meal. We have all been touched by this ministry that has been solidly run by the same family for four generations. If you ever visit MDream you will immediately notice that these children do not seem to be in want. This is due to a family and staff that ensure that God is their ultimate priority. God’s love is so evident and the Father heart of God is represented fully in this establishment. SRFM looks forward to future involvement with this ministry and the incredible work they do.