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A glimpse into the life of Daniel and Jaynee Lockwood and their 12 precious blessings. Thank you for visiting; we pray that what we share here may always bring glory to our wonderful God and Saviour. May you praise the Lord with us for the great things He has done and continues to do as we serve Him sharing the gospel here in the little town of Cuidad Insurgentes, BCS Mexico. He alone is good and faithful!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Every Tuesday...

Uncle Samuel took some more pictures Tuesday when he went with Daniel to preach out in the desert.
Timothy, Elijah and Jesus (a young man from our church) went along too. They leave in the late morning and drive from house to house/ranch to ranch to share the gospel with any who will hear. Last week Daniel preached for 9 hours.
The roads can be pretty rough
You drive and drive through miles of cactus until you find another home.

Drying out meat

Daniel said this hen made her nest in the garbage can...there she lays her eggs :)
Sweet Julisa...age 3...in her papa's arms

I just love this picture...Daniel brings his guitar so he can play/sing songs to the Lord. Nobody will sing along with him except for little Julisa. But they always ask him to bring his guitar and sing.





Do you see what I see?

11 comments:

  1. Did they eat that snake? EEEEWWW!

    People are very poor there...it's a whole different life. Are their hearts open for the gospel?

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  2. OK Everything was cool until I saw the snake pictures. UGH!

    God bless all those sweet folk.

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  3. Did they actually eat the snake?!?! YUCK!!! ;) Do you have snakes around your house/town?

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  4. Great photos. Your husband is doing a wonderful thing for these people.
    Wouldnt want to see one of those snakes.

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  5. How exciting! I love to hear the updates of the village and show them the to John and the kids.

    Yikes!! Is that a snake? eeekss!! I am glad we left those in CA :-)

    ~Cinnamon

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  6. Very very interesting place. What an amazing ministry. Have you seen any of them come to know Jesus?

    Love the snake picture. Is he poisenous?

    Thank you so much for the answers to the schedule. I am getting excited to get a working one going for my family. One I can stick to for the most part and not get lazy. This is my failure. and like you wrote.. getting to bed in time.

    God bless you my dear sister!

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  7. I loved looking at the pictures! Please, please put the pic of the snake on your grill back up....my husband and boys want to see it:-)

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  8. Oh, yeah... I saw it! We're missionaries in Zambia, and I'm finding that spying snakes is something that comes in handy. :-)

    I loved all the pictures of your husband out, sharing the gospel with anyone who will listen. It is such a blessing to have such a strong, committed husband, isn't it!? :-)

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  9. wow, what amazing work they are doing. That is great opprotunity and training for your 2 boys. If they broke down on the road what is the plan out of curiosity?? I know God watches over them so that probably has never been an issue. :) I cant get over the snake. I HATE snakes. I would freak out for sure........ It is awesome to see the gospel being preached there. Thank you for sharing and stirring my faith. Blessings.
    Jessica

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  10. wow, i had to look at the snake picture again today.. i didn't see it yesterday. Does Snake really taste like chicken? Just curious, i know every culture has its own taste for what people eat, some cultures just seem a little strange to us, but then being a German married to and American i am pretty sure i put my Husband trough the same.
    Praying that your Family will always be in the Hands of GOD, while being in his service.

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  11. Kaiden's MamaAug 16, 2009, 5:39:00 AM

    What a wonderful family you have! It must be amazing to live in Mexico. I was wondering , since your beautiful children are so fair skinned, do you have to use a lot of sunscreen on them, or does their skin just get used to the strong sun there? And, if you use the sunscreen, what kind do you prefer?

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