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El Paso & Juarez pictures


Houchen community center: a place we might do some work at.


Lydia Patterson Institute: Our main reason we're going to El Paso, we'll be working here at least 3 of the 5 days that we do work.


You might be in Mexico if... it is amazing how much changes when you get into Juarez. Street signs included.



The alley right before where we worked with Pantera. The guys that we were working alongside said that 3 or 4 years ago, this alley was always in the news for being a place where people were found murdered. That isn't the case anymore. These guys have worked towards cleaning up a seriously bad part of town and are doing amazing things.


Of course, my obligatory self-portrait. In Mexico.




Looking back towards El Paso from up at the food bank in Juarez. Awesome view, but hard to swallow how destitute the houses were surrounding us.
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1 Comments:

Haven't been over to Juarez, but I helped paint 2 rooms at Houchen last fall before the Jurisdictional Mission Council meeting at LPI. Both great places.

See you soon at The Gathering...

By Blogger DogBlogger, at 7:03 AM  

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