LOS HYPKI

Church Planting among the Nahuatl

Lately…in pictures

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We are finally back up and running on the world-wide web out here in Las Moras! The ability to again communicate with you all, our family and friends; well it’s great. When the internet is literally your only mode of communication with those you love, even two weeks without it seems like a long time.

Since arriving home we’ve been busy getting things ready around the house for the rains. We planted our garden, sealed the windows and doors, sealed the car port roof, re-dug our drainage trench outside, and have jumped back full time into language learning!

We don’t feel that we’ve forgotten much, so that’s good, it just takes a while to get back into it, warm up your ear to the sounds again, and dig into life with the people.

Also, it’s raining…a lot! We’ve have also had two storms of hail and lots of lightning.

Thanks for praying for us, and encouraging us, and I hope you enjoy the following “lately” pictures from Las Moras!

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Selling yarn to the ladies so they can make the traditional woven tribal bags.

Hail littering our yard.

Hail littering our yard.

Hail damage to my swiss chard.

Hail damage to my swiss chard.

Visitors! I think the people may have missed us a little.

Visitors! I think the people may have missed us a little.

Took a day to sell used clothes at bargain prices to the Nahuatl. They loved it!

Took a day to sell used clothes at bargain prices to the Nahuatl. They loved it!

Looking for new boots.

Looking for new boots.

Waiting their turn to get a look at the used clothing.

Waiting their turn to get a look at the used clothing.

Beautiful faces.

Beautiful faces.

And snotty ones.

And snotty ones.

Pete sealing a second floor window on our house.

Pete sealing a second floor window on our house.

Our pup Radley plays with our co-workers new little dog, Noki.

Our pup Radley plays with our co-workers new little dog, Noki.

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It’s great to be home, among friends.

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Author: Liesl Hypki

We are a young couple living in remote Mexico to reach the Nahuatl people for Christ.

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