|Deaf ladies being trained at the Siem Reap Vocational Center. They did understand some of my sign language!|
|Mmmm. A yummy lime shake|
|One thing we discovered about Angkor Wat buildings: Same, Same, but different (inside joke).|
|Jonathan and Nancilynn's first trip to Angkor Wat|
|Our Guide showing us Khmer Apsara Dancing :-o|
|Touching noses(this picture was HARD to get)|
|Some of the hawkers that followed us.|
But the best part was the fact that Jonathan actually witnessed to the tour guide. Jonathan has really been fascinated by dinosaurs (as a lot of boys his age are) and that has given Tom and I opportunities to teach more about creation questions that he has. We went to the Smithsonian last year and saw all the fossils in their collection and their take on evolution. But, when the tour guide was talking to him about the Tonle Sap lake and its evolutionary origins, Jonathan boldly but politely told him that wasn't true and began to explain to him who the true God is. Jonathan planted a seed and then the next day, we all took turns watering. He didn't get saved, but we trust that the Lord will continue to work in his heart.
On the way back, we were stuck on the road for 10 hours on a broken down bus, no water, no food, no shade, 8 young people, 1 senior citizen, 1 friend who struggles in the heat, 4 children, a Cambodian couple from the Fruin's church, me and Tina Fruin and NO HUSBANDS. I was single until I was 34 and it never ceases to amaze me how hard it is for me to be decisive now. Tina and I prayed a lot!
|This is how we spent our time while we waited for the driver to fix the bus.|
|Yeah! We finally got some food! - 10:00 at night!|
|The Water Buffalo weren't willing to share. Besides, we never really got THAT desperate.|
|It was a LONG day.|
|Jonathon and Jonathan talking to some local kids. The kid in the middle is wearing Jonathon's watch.|