We finished off the missions week at ESEPA watching a documentary called the Devil’s Miner. I highly recommend this documentary. It focuses on two brothers aged 14 and 12 who work in a silver mine on the mountain Cerro Rico. Cerro Rico is located just outside of Potosi, Bolivia. I did not have the opportunity to visit Potosi, but met several young people who were originally from this town. The response from our students was fairly positive. It was a great way to end the week of missions. While we received a good response from the students, it is still evident that we must continue to work on sensitizing the church in regards to issues that children face in the region. Missions is still traditionally viewed as church planting and evangelization in the 10/40 window. We are correct in assuming that this IS mission, yet we must recognize that it goes beyond this. I tried to focus on this issue this past week. Continue to pray for the development of our department in children at risk studies.