As I crack my eggs this morning, I notice the yolks are more orange than yellow. See, my chickens are finally producing after 4 months and $30 worth of morrocho (corn). I finally broke down and asked Tio Bill for help because the hens weren't laying eggs. He said,"That's easy, just modify their diet. Let 'em out so they can eat insects, throw some apple cores in the cage and once and a while give them a piece of bread." It took a whole two days to prove true. We can learn so much from simple, practical things in our life like: ask questions, modify and most importantly what we consume changes outputs!
I just dropped off our first construction team from Crossgate Baptist in Arkansas. All were not familiar with each other before they came. It was raining when the came and left, although the Lord was gracious holding it off while we worked. They worked harder, faster and longer than I asked. They left their tools, clothes and suggestions behind to encourage, resource and help me to accomplish our goal here. I can't express the gratitude for these five southern guys who gave up their time from work and family, sacrificed their resources and poured themselves into two projects at the camp which would have been impossible to replicate with local help. They finished what they came to do. They demonstrated what a selfless, servant should look like!