Monday ended up being a great day, although not the day the team expected. We headed out in the morning but found that the major roads heading out of Danli were all blocked as part of the transportation strike. Nothing violent or dangerous, just trucks and other cars blocking the road. So instead in the morning our group hiked up a hill in Danli we had seen the previous night with a beautiful cross lit up. It was sweaty uphill work, but the payoff was an awesome view looking down on the town of Danli. Then in the afternoon we worked with a local UMC pastor to go to a rehabilitation hospital where our group painted a wall and chalkboard on a wall, created art for a physical therapy room, moved enormous shelving, and organized hundreds, if not thousands, of medical supplies in an overrun storeroom. It was a rewarding afternoon where we got to make a difference for a hospital which rarely sees volunteers. There was great conversation in our worship tonight about being used wherever God may send us or need us – I am proud of our groups’ flexibility and serving hearts!