Our first full day in Mexico would logically set the tone for the rest of the trip. Ours definitely did. The day began with deconstruction. In devotionals, deconstruction of the barriers in our lives that interfere with our relationship with God, and on the ministry site, deconstruction of the building to be moved. The final truss and most of the walls came down from the building. The afternoon focused on construction. We were even invited to a little girl's sixth birthday party, and got to see here in her beautiful dress. After quickly cleaning up, we went to church. Worship was in Spanish, so most of us simply clapped along, but the message was given by Peter. He spoke on the blind man receiving healing at the temple and how God answers our prayers. It was a time focused on strengthening our relationship with God. Church was followed up by the kickoff of our time in Mexico. It was a time to simply build relationship with the people we would be helping and who would be helping us while here. We helped with games for the people at the church and had a hotdog feed. Deconstruction and reconstruction, our day's main tone, the mission for this trip with the church moving, and a reality of a relationship with Christ.