Team Carmody Arrives in Peru
As FMC missionaries, we present ourselves as humble servants by kissing the ground of each place we’re called to serve.
We played a little…
Slept a little… ate a little and then boarded the plane for Tarapoto.
The Schmitts (another missionary family here in Peru) welcomed us with a beautifully made sign and lots of hugs.
|The Carmody, Schmitt and Kiehl kids in a six foot bed.|
6 adults, 16 kids and about 35 pieces of luggage piled into two trucks.
We headed to Picotta, which is the town where the local priests live. The kids were a little disappointed that the priest’s pet monkey wasn’t around, but they happily played on all the monkey’s hanging ropes. We stayed our first night at the rectory.
|This is the town of Picota. It's about 45 minutes from San Hilarion.|
The next day we loaded back into the trucks and drove through the to San Hilarion, which we’re thrilled to call “home”. Thanks a ton to all those praying for our placement. We could tell from the minute we arrived that this is exactly where the Lord desires us to be…praise God!!