Then the divine appointment: Seated in first class, without my husband, on a plane I barely caught in time; I was seated next to a lovely lady from Texas, who was flying by herself—Tiffany Ammerman. As we began to get to know one another, she asked what I did in Los Cabos. When I told her we were missionaries, she exclaimed, “God has been after me for three years to do some type of mission work in Mexico and here you are next to me.” She asked what we did in Mexico and as I shared about helping, at times, with Cabo Church’s Feeding Los Cabos Kids program, she said, if possible, that is what she would like to do in the three days she would be in Cabo.
Once Richard and I settled in at home in Cabo, I called our good friend Lupe Hernandez from Feeding Los Cabos Kids to see what her schedule was like for the time Tiffany would be in Los Cabos. Lupe said the upcoming Thursday morning at the kitchen at La Ballena was a perfect fit.
Richard and I went to the feeding station at La Ballena most Thursday evenings for over a year, so it was good to be there again. For those of you who have been to La Ballena with us, there have been major changes since Hurricane Odile on 9-14-14; the previous palapa roof over the feeding area has been replaced with a large steel roof, that not only covers the cement pad but extends past to the edge of the property and there is an attractive, white fence around the entire perimeter of the property. Also, instead of the up to fifty children being fed, only about half as many children are there due to the feeding time during school hours. It was still a great experience for Tiffany—just a little different.
Tiffany flew back to the Dallas, TX airport on Friday, but she is excited at what the Lord may have her doing in regards to helping mission work in the Los Cabos area. She sent a text first thing the next morning telling us she is already making plans for her next “missionary” journey to Los Cabos. We thank God for our new friend and to Tiffany for listening to the prompting of the Lord!