Springhill Baptist Church

July 21, 2016 by estesinmexico

IMG_7061These college students spent the week serving in Rio Bravo at an orphanage.  This was the first time Project Fortify had partnered with this orphanage.  Currently this orphanage houses 21 kids ranging from 8-17 years old.  The facility was in need of lots of repairs.  Our project for the week was to demolish some of the deteriorating walls and rebuild them with cement blocks. We also worked on building a laundry room on the roof of the orphanage.  It was definitely a hot and hard work week, but we were able to accomplish a lot for them.

This was the kids first week of summer break so we took them to the water park.  For many of them it was their very first time at a water park.  This water park has 3 slides, a large pool and some kiddie pools.  Not your typical American water park.  We enjoyed getting to share time with the kids and develop relationships with them.


A few of the sweet faces from Pilar de Esperanza. We love these kids and pray they grow strong in the Lord!💕Please join us in praying for them and the staff! Excited to have a group of students from Fair Grove High School, Missouri here to serve with us this week! #projectfortifyreynosa So thankful for each one of these students that came and served with us during their Spring Break! They boldly shared the Love of Christ and wholeheartedly served!  Thanks so much for encouraging us and serving with us!! #projectfortifyreynosa #apsubcm So excited to have Austin Peay State University BCM team here serving with us this week!! #projectfortifyreynosa These kids are always eager to read God’s Word and make crafts. What a blessing!! #projectfortifyreynosa #iglesiabautistahoreb Highlights from this week of ministry! Planning an event for the families of Iluminando. Visiting a family that is in need of a house. Food dispensing with Bruce and Paula’s ministry. Dump ministry with the Carpenter’s Crew. Attended a house dedication where decisions were made for Christ!! #projectfortifyreynosa
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