Meet Islain. I met Islain on our first day of ministry in Cuba. He drives the moto-cart pictured here. He is a member at the baptist church pastored by Victor Rueben. When we met him he had come as a guest to another church. Then about every meeting we had in Santa Clara he was present. He had a very infectious smile. He was very engaging. Our conversations were brief because of the language barrier but he was patient with me as I struggled to understand. His daughters live in Florida. He is so proud of them. He showed me pictures of his family and videos his girls had sent him from Florida. Everyday, he wakes and goes to work driving his little vehicle, hauling people around all day long. Then he volunteers and brings folks to church and takes them home. He told me he didn’t have much, but he cherished what he had. That’s the theme in Cuba. The people don’t all have much in the way of materialistic things. But they sure have love and they cherish the moments and memories they can make. Islain is another reason we are returning to Cuba. We will be helping to complete the construction on his church. So he can use his moto-cart to pack it out with people!