Monday was a very sad day as we laid my friend David Lara to rest. Not knowing what tomoorow holds for his family left behind musters mixed emotions. God is still Good and God is able. The applause of heaven sounded as David breathed his last. Echos of "well done my good and faithful servant" were heard. 11 children and a grieving wife are left to carry on their journey of faith and trust in a God that comforts us in all our afflictions. The family will look back and one day understand Gods purpose, but it will take time.
    The same day we laid David to rest we welcomed the youth group from Moraine Valley Church, The Revolution, is what they call themselves. They have started a Revolution in their church and now in the colonia in mexico as they surrender themselves to service to their King! A late start after Paula and I returned from the funeral in the heat of the day saw 16 teens and 4 leaders get after the task that God had given them. Build a house in three days, and watch God change them. We are almost done after two days of hard work in the 100 degree plus temps. These kids are awesome and we are excited to see what God does in the last two days in Mexico. We will get some pics up, but these twelve hour days make it hard to get photos loaded. Visit us on facebook, bruce martin hepburn, or paula hepburn. Gotta go it's time to eat.  Be Blessed and keep praying for us

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