This past week the Dominican mission said goodbye to another of it's faithful workers. On April 2, Professor Natán left the field after having lived and worked here for three years.
The members of the church gathered to say farewell, giving him a plaque of recognition and gratitude for his labor of love among them. Many happy memories were shared and smiles of joy and comfort as we mutually assured each other that if not in this life, then in heaven we would once again enjoy each other's company.
The people will all miss Nate's cow jokes, (What do you call a cow when it lies down? Ground beef); his smiles and cheerful nature, his faithful and godly wisdom and counsel.
Thank you Nate for all your work and efforts in this mission field. We wish you God's blessings on your new endeavors. Go with His blessing. May He lift you up on eagle's wings and always hide you beneath the shadow of His wing.