There had been a youth convention there, Daddy preached, he appealed to the young people to give their hearts to Christ, and many of them came forward. For the next few months, they received Bible studies in preparation for baptism. This month, as promised, Daddy returned to Colombia in order to perform said baptism.
Other than the testimonies, experiences, and touching stories he brings back with him, Daddy also brings back photos and the occasional souvenir. [Daddy sorta, kinda, um, doesn't take photos, so for me to be happy and to satisfy my curiosity and photo craving, he ends up asking for photos from attendees who did take photos.]
This time he again brought the 'Bocadillos' that we had enjoyed so much last time, and a friend of ours, Andrew, who is an amateur photographer, was also at the youth convention and was awesome enough to send photos for us to see.
One of the things that strike me about most places Daddy visits, is the children. They're each such cute little blessings with their smiles and bright eyes. I'm glad Andrew captured them so I could share a few photos of them with you.
I suppose that why they call it a camp meeting.
During the youth convention, another special event took place, the graduating ceremony of the girl's missionary school. The men in the back will be beginning their missionary training this year.