Missionary Kids Q&A Continued…

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We recently had Josiah share some of his thoughts about living in Argentina as a ¨Missionary Kid¨or ¨MK.¨  If you haven’t read it, check it out here.

Here is the second part of this blog from the perspectives of Jackson (age 8) and Isaac (age 6).  We asked them similar questions and then wrote down their responses.

Thanks for loving on and caring for our kids!  Enjoy!

 

Interview with Jackson (typed by him)

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What has it been like to live in Argentina for you? Very good.

What is your favorite thing about Argentina? The soccer.

What do you like about your church here? We can play soccer.

What is your favorite thing to say in Spanish? Hola.

Who are your best friends here? Santino, Eliel.

What is your favorite place you’ve visited in Argentina? Villa General Belgrano.

What do you miss about the United States? Pepperoni pizza.

What is your favorite food here? Empanadas.

What the same here compared to your life in the US?  I made new friends.

What do your parents do here? They eat ice cream lots of nights without us.

Tell us one challenge that you have here. There is no rootbeer.

How can we pray for you specifically? That we don’t get sick.

What is one thing that you have learned about God here? That God is three parts. (We have been learning about the Trinity recently in our family devotional time).

 

 

Interview with Isaac (dictated to and then typed by Mom)IMG_9629

What has it been like to live in Argentina for you? I get to have new friends. I used to have my old friends and now I have new friends too.

What is your favorite thing about Argentina? Going to the zoo and going on a trip.

What do you like about your church here? That we play soccer at church. (Note from Danica: We do learn more at church than play soccer… 🙂

What is your favorite thing to say in Spanish? I don’t know. Hola.

Who are your best friends here? Logan, Josiah, Jackson, Ben, Mommy, Daddy.

What is your favorite place you’ve visited in Argentina? The zoo. Of course the zoo. Mom, when can we go to the zoo again?

What do you miss about the United States? Seeing Grammy and Grandpa, and Mamie Jeanne and Bruno and Lily. Remember I always gave Lily a hug?

What is your favorite food here? Empanadas. Empanadas, Yeah. Empanadas of course.

What the same here compared to your life in the US? We played soccer. (Mom: Did you play soccer in the states?) Oh, wait. Football. We played football there.

What do your parents do here? Talk. The same as the United States.

Tell us about your typical day. I play soccer. I make a fort. I go to school.

Tell us one challenge/something hard for you that you have here. Doing school. 

How can we pray for you specifically? Pray that I will not throw fits and disobey.

What is one thing that you have learned about God here? He can save us. (Mom: What from? ) From bad guys and robbers and stuff. (Mom: hmm.. Quick gospel conversation here…)

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Thanks for reading… Keep praying for all our kids, their life here in Argentina, and most of all for their salvation and understanding of the gospel!

2 thoughts on “Missionary Kids Q&A Continued…

  1. Don & Betty says:

    Always a joy to hear the perspective of your boys @ living in Argentina.
    We finally have Don’s mom (96) in asst. living here in Mt. Vernon—-the 31/2 years of going to Tacoma every 2 weeks is over! Please pray for her salvation & sale of her home. Also for Betty who ruptured her achilles tendon & had a complicated surgical repair a week ago, Wheel chair for a month.
    Love you,
    Don & Betty

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