April 12, 2013

Highlight of the Day - Day #10

Gateway 2013 HANDS Team:

 

I want to give my perspective of the experience I have had over the first ten days as a parent and as a teacher. It is easy to worry about our kids when they travel abroad without our parental supervision. Many of these worries were quickly dispelled when I saw our home away from home- THE NEHEMIAH CENTRE! It is a large compound surrounded by concrete walls and multiple armed guards. Our living facilities are complete with large rooms and a bathroom along with a shower. Our main gathering room is a kitchen/dining/devotional/recreation room. The most exciting part of our first day was finding the GAZEBO which comes with WIFI. I have heard many FaceTime conversations and tons of laughter at the gazebo. It is a hub for our social life, both in person and over the Internet. As a teacher I have great pride in our grade 12 students. They have been great ambassadors of GCS and our Heavenly Father in their actions, words, interactions and especially in their service to the Nicaraguans. These 15 students have been more than that to me. I consider each one as my very own kid. I am a proud teacher and parent times 15 wonderful young men and women.  

-Abe Tuazon

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