This is Pastor Jose Angel showing us his coffee tree. He is a very kind and gentle man. He has a disease and may not live much longer, but he is so happy that we were able to lay the tiles for the floor in his house so that his family will have a floor when he is gone. He helped us work for three days, even though he’s not supposed to do much physical activity, and his wife worked cooking lunch for us every day over an open fire and making sure we had coffee (talk about fresh). His precious children helped also when they came home from school. Across the street from his house is a place where the government officials meet with the local farmers. The farmers arrived on horseback and the officials arrived in jeeps and motor cycles. Cuban music was playing and it looked like a party, but it got real serious when all of a sudden the national anthem began to play and everyone stood at attention and saluted. They do not have the freedom that we have, but they are free in Jesus and we were so blessed to be able to help them so that they can continue to teach God’s word and serve the Lord. On our June mission I got to see his wife, Jolie, at one of the ladies conferences.