Mexico City Update – 4

A few things to update you on…

  • Saturday we had an “off” day. We spent time at the park playing football with some of the Mexican people and then they taught us how to play soccer. It was lots of fun spending the day playing in the park. We told Nate (our wonderful youth minister) that he could play only if he toned-down his competitiveness. Nate is the most competitive guy in the whole world, and we enjoy spending time teasing him about it. He was able to keep himself under control (for the most part). :)
  • Saturday night a handful of us went to Lucha Libre (yes, a Mexican professional wrestling match). How could I ever live with myself knowing I had a chance to watch a cultural event such as Lucha Libre and didn’t go? So I decided not to deprive myself of this pleasure and I watched the great “Mistico” defend his title. It was too fun.
  • Sunday: Worship with the church in Mexico City was amazing. The singing was tremendous and the communion time was very moving. I wish everyone could experience worship in another country. It’s a “out-of-your-comfort-zone” experience.
  • The other morning I was the first to get up so I made coffee. I drank half the pot before someone else finally got up. When they did they asked me how I made the coffee and I replied, “like I always do.” I realized I’d made coffee with the water we aren’t supposed to drink. I made it with water from the faucet instead of bottled water. To this point … I still haven’t gotten sick. Yea, dumb move on my part.
  • Update on kids … A hand full have sick, but only off and on. Nothing serious. Good thing we have a couple of fantastic doctors with us on the trip. Tomorrow we take a trip outside the city to a little community. There we will be working, serving and giving clothes away that we brought with us. It will be a long, hard and fruitful day.
  • Thanks for your prayers and your notes. The kids have sure enjoyed the comments from home. A few pictures are below.

Most of the group that went to the park.

The communion table during Sunday morning services.

Two more of the homeless people we fed. They asked that we take their picture.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Trey thanks for caring about the jobless as thier are many people in need and I wish more people would help others. Thanks!

    Brandon Voss
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    How do I get in touch with people you have helped!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Y’all are awesome!! Keep up the great work!! Can’t wait to hear all your stories!!! Nate, I want the girls class for just one Wednesday night, so they can tell me everything–please!! :)
    I’m still praying for y’all numerous times daily!!
    Love Y’all!!
    Amanda KP

  3. jel says:

    YOU DRUNK THE WATER TREY, ARE YA STILL WELL?

    but really this really Awesome what ya all are doing, Being a blessing to all that you met and being blessed in return!

  4. preacherman says:

    Trey,
    God bless what ya’ll have done this past week. I have been keeping ya’ll in my prayers brother. I now this has been a blessing for the teens as well as the Church and those in Mexico. Home you have a safe trip home brother. God bless.

  5. Tim Archer says:

    Everyone knows that coffee cures all diseases; have no fear…

    But I’m worried about the orthodoxy of the Mexico City church. They call that communion? Where are the metal trays? The tiny plastic cups? The Matzah bread? You mean they don’t do things the way the apostles did?

    Seriously, I’m thrilled you’re exposing these kids to something different. It’s too easy to think that everyone lives the way they do in Childress, Texas.

    Grace and peace,
    Tim

  6. Anonymous says:

    Looks like everyone is having fun and working hard. Tell my family I said hello! See ya Wednesday!!
    Ericka Moore

  7. Stachia says:

    Looks everyone is having a great time. Praying for a safe return home that everyone stays well.
    Stachia

  8. Anonymous says:

    Glad to hear all is going well. I bet that coffee you made is still not as bad as mine. Tell nate ryan spanked him 14-1 with the help of his fine assistant coach. tell ryan I need a raise. yall be careful on the return trip and we will see ya wednesday.
    Love to all. PAULY

  9. Anonymous says:

    Glad all is well. Dr. Craig, waiting on our chat. I think it’s your turn to buy lunch!
    God bless you all.
    Glenna

  10. lisa says:

    I laughed when I saw your shirt in the first picture, standing out like a sore thumb! Ha.

    But seriously, I think it’s neat that you all are being exposed to worship in a different way–I think it stretches us spiritually.

  11. Kyle Vannoy says:

    What is this about an “off” day? I don’t remember any “off” days two years ago and I could have used one. You guys enjoy the rest of your time and have a safe trip home. We’ll see you Wednesday!

  12. Liz Moore says:

    What a great work y’all all doing. May God continue to bless your efforts there. Blessings!

  13. Dee O'Neil Andrews says:

    Thanks for the great “travelogue” Trey and many blessings to you all.

    As for the coffee – the water system for our new house apparently has “boil water” notices all the time so the coffee I make may be about on the same level as what you made there!

    Much love to you all!

    Dee

  14. TREY MORGAN says:

    Jel & Tim … drank the water and still alive (knock on wood). Hopefully the coffee cooked all the bad stuff away. It is the drink of choice in my life.

    Pauly … the kids have loved your posts. Erin said to get the Mustang and she’d be okay with what ever color you pick out. ha

    Thanks for all the blessings…

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