Entry 16: Glimpses of life in Montevideo

This is just kind of a hodge-podge of foto´s i´ve taken lately that I find interesting. Enjoy.

The Ombú

The old Ombú tree on Blvr España in the neighborhood of pocitos. It is the oldest Ombú in Montevideo and can be seen in some of the oldest pictures of the city. The shell of its fruit has traditionally been hollowed and used to drink mate.
The old Ombú tree on Blvr España in the neighborhood of pocitos. It is the oldest Ombú in Montevideo and can be seen in some of the oldest pictures of the city. The shell of its fruit has traditionally been hollowed and used to drink mate.

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To Ponder 3: Fathers and Mothers in Christ

I have been thinking recently about how crucial it has been in my life to have people of have acted as mentors and role models, people who care about me and check up on me. I was remembering the passage in the first part of John 1 where John addresses three kinds of christians: children, young men and woman, and fathers.

According to my understanding, Fathers and Mothers in christ are those who, regardless of their age or their actual marital/family status, care for other believers Continue reading