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Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, desp...

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Little Visitors For New Years!

[...] the camera Ruth and Paula were looking at them!! Pa and Ma with baby E. Rudi with A. We also had Tia Techy and Javier and family over for a barbecue. The company was great and the food was amazing, as [...]

Welcome Home, Emily!

[...] just keep plugging away in chronological order anyway!!) We took all our CDA babies along with Tia Techy. It was such a happy moment to see our Emily after what felt like a looong time and Ben and [...]

Tia's Last Day

[...] , no matter how you slice it... Emily with her best Bolivian friend! Me with my very good friend, Tia Techy!! Most of us didn't get the memo that the picture below was supposed to be goofy. It was the [...]

Endless Goodbyes....

[...] !! Fixing up salad to go with the pizzas!! Our last Friday and part of Saturday we spent with Tia Techy's family at Lago Angostura. We had such a great time at our favorite place to get away. I think [...]

The February Birthday Bash

[...] ;The boys enjoying their birthday dinner of Hamburgers Deluxe! Birthday Boys E. and S! We got Uncle Ben only one gift, but he seemed to like it a lot. Baby F. "helped" him open it up! Uncle [...]

Uncle Ben and Cousin Ericka Visit Bolivia!

[...] boys spent every spare minute building the boat. We all were super proud of how it turned out! Uncle Ben and Myles, "Starting to Assemble the Boat" They had to use some VERY stinky stuff and [...]

Farewell "Fabbi"

[...] really come a long way baby!! Myles on bottle duty with Fabbi Getting "wrapped up" in Uncle Ben's birthday paper! So cute! One day I set her outside on the aguyo (native blanket) so that I [...]

Endless Goodbyes....

[...] as well. Myles and Javier b.b. queuing over the inside fire! Of course, the boat the boys and Uncle Ben built got lots of use. It was fun to see Tia's family enjoying the lake! It also got nice and [...]

Visitors From Camiri

[...] On Saturday we headed into Cochabamba to go to the Bible book store, lunch at Globos, and then Horita Feliz. We met up with Mario and Helen very good friends of ours and the Mattixes, from the Km. 0 [...]

Horita Feliz

[...] favorite CDA Tias!! Les Amamos, Tia Sarin y Tia Rosi In July I was able to share twice at the Horita Feliz ministry next door to our house. I was so privileged that Gladys trusted my poor Spanish [...]

The Kansas Team

[...] down from Kansas to help Richard and Gladys Scoggins with building a play structure for the Horita Feliz and also giving out clothes, food and sharing the gospel in the neighborhood. What we did not [...]

Goodbye, Eddie

[...] mischievous and busy ways and are thankful we will get to see him for sure every Saturday at Horita Feliz! We have been able to get by and see him each day since Saturday and took him to church with [...]

Blockades and Babies

[...] having his picture taken. He is turning into a personality plus! A lot of the babies at the baby home have paperwork ready or almost ready for their adoptions. Please pray that God will send [...]

Hello, Daniel

[...] heart surgery to repair holes in his heart, that he was born with. When Daniel arrived at the baby home he had been abandoned by his mother and his grandmother who was caring for him could not care [...]

A Moses Play

[...] Baby Moses Pharoah's Daughter finding the baby in the river. "I think I will take this baby home and call him Moses" Presenting "Moses" to his adopted Grandfather, Pharoah! Our [...]

Goodbye, Eddie

[...] day since Saturday and took him to church with us on Sunday. Eddie is doing fantastic at the baby home, as we thought he would. His happy go lucky personality keeps him steady even during changes! [...]

The Last Booher Bolivian Birthday Bash

[...] evening at House 2! Casa de Amor was having their annual family night party. Hannah made Tia Sarin and myself a cake that we shared the face planting into... more about that later!! Tia [...]

Casa de Amor Celebrates 10 Years

[...] and brought some of the children from House One, Two, and Three! Tias listening to the speeches Tia Sarin shared from her perspective of working in the Hogar for almost the whole ten years. She is one [...]

Planting the Garden

[...] into the wheel barrow! Tia Anita y Tia Benita "Spreading the Gold for the Garden" Tia Sarin "Goofing Off"  First we planted onions...lots and lots of onions...maybe a [...]

Endless Goodbyes....

[...] . They are great boys to hang out with. We also enjoyed staying up late visiting with Tia Sarin. Myles entertaining the troops with a book! Like I said before saying goodbye to the [...]

Thank you, Tias

[...] Social worker extroidinare! Gracias, Tias! Les queremos, MUCHO! CDA's only male worker is Tio David. He is great at what he does. He manages the finances, workers, and is the general [...]

Planting the Garden

[...] not short on workers, so we got lots planted in a short time....now to see if it grows! First Tio David put in lots of pipes to get water from the house to the garden. Tio David and Clancy working on [...]

Casa de Amor Celebrates 10 Years

[...] see from the picture below why Myles is his favorite!! Quite a few more people spoke and then Tio David presented Jennifer with a plaque commemorating the 10 year anniversary of Hogares de Amor para [...]

The Last Booher Bolivian Birthday Bash

[...] once!! Tia Sarin and Me My face after face planting! Tia Sarin did not want to bite the cake. Tio David ended up cramming it in her face anyway!! It was pretty funny to watch! I don't think she was [...]

Thank you, Tias

[...] have done while they have been here! Two of our most favoritist volunteers, Hannah and Lindsey! Tia Rosa is the one who works on all the paperwork to make adoptions happen. She has become a very good [...]

Casa de Amor Celebrates 10 Years

[...] at 9 so we once again had to get up and going early! We arrived fashionably Bolivian late... And Tia Rosa was speaking about the Hogar when we arrived. She gave some really neat facts about the Hogar [...]

"Christmas Tour" part 2

[...] cleaned up for one of the delicious dinners that Carol fixed for us while we were there! The Rudi Boohers in a hikers paradise!! I will stop here for now and publish part three later.... [...]

"Christmas Tour" part 1

[...] the falls. We could have explored all day! Paula and Emily Huck Finn of South America! The Rudi Boohers in a tropical paradise! Mark and Carol our adventurous hosts! Rudi and Paula at the entrance [...]

Another Bolivian Adventure~Part 1~

[...] was so difficult to understand it would have been better if we had taken the Spanish tour! The Rudi Boohers in front of the Mint Museum. (I think Ruth needs some classes on how to pose for the camera) [...]

Farewell to CDA Babies :(

[...] 5mo old and Paula 3 years! Clara w/ A. S. with his big buddies S. and A. "Hermanitos" Tio Rudi with Leo, S. and A. Bike riding Bolivian Style! S. with Paula and Eddie Best Pals, Eddie and S. [...]

Planting the Garden

[...] neighborhood behind us! I had to get a picture of all that manure in the car... Tio David and Tio Rudi "Manure Maestros" Bags and Bags of Manure!  Volunteer Victoria (that has a ring [...]

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Little Visitors For New Years!

[...] the camera Ruth and Paula were looking at them!! Pa and Ma with baby E. Rudi with A. We also had Tia Techy and Javier and family over for a barbecue. The company was great and the food was amazing, as [...]

Welcome Home, Emily!

[...] just keep plugging away in chronological order anyway!!) We took all our CDA babies along with Tia Techy. It was such a happy moment to see our Emily after what felt like a looong time and Ben and [...]

Tia's Last Day

[...] , no matter how you slice it... Emily with her best Bolivian friend! Me with my very good friend, Tia Techy!! Most of us didn't get the memo that the picture below was supposed to be goofy. It was the [...]

Endless Goodbyes....

[...] !! Fixing up salad to go with the pizzas!! Our last Friday and part of Saturday we spent with Tia Techy's family at Lago Angostura. We had such a great time at our favorite place to get away. I think [...]

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