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2014 Men’s Retreat

On Wednesday Team Honduras concludes our second annual Men’s Retreat. Mike, John, Seth and Adam spent three days together praying, studying, planning for the future and relaxing. The men talked in great detail about the leadership responsibilities that will be assumed by teammates when Mike and Erin go on furlough in June. The men of […]

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Can’t Tell The Players Without A Scorecard

Team Honduras has always been an amazing group of missionaries and we have been very blessed by our Father to be surrounded by incredible servants. But, in the immediate future there are some crazy changes going on. If you are a long time blog stalker and/or prayer partner the next few months may start to get […]

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Two Clinics In Two Communities

On Monday and Tuesday of this week we put on two medical clinics and served nearly 150 people. Greg and Tom from Trinity Presbyterian in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania have been great in helping us serve so many people. On Monday Erin, Madison, Dr. Greg, Dr. Roger, Tom and our teammates Adam and Michelle Cain put on […]

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A House For The Pastor

On our two-acre plot of land in Armenia Bonito we are building a church building for our first Honduran church plant, the First Presbyterian Church of La Cieba. We have now started simultaneous construction on a parsonage for the pastor of that church. The pastor’s house will be located just 100 feet behind the church. […]

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Church Building For Our First Church Plant

A little over a year ago, on January 2nd, 2013, pastor Jesús Caseres held the initial church service of our first ever Presbyterian church plant in Honduras. For over a year the First Presbyterian Church of La Ceiba has been meeting on wooden benches under the tin roof of our indoor soccer field in Armenia […]

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The High School Is About To Open

On February 10th our high school will open. Seriously, what business do we have opening this high school? A bunch of gringos, with no money, no experience, opening a school in a third-world country. Only because of God will this actually take place. The Centro Educativo Presbiteriano de La Ceiba (the Presbyterian Education Center of […]

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Bye Elias

Back on July 1st Elias moved into our home. Elias is a three-year-old Honduran boy and was introduced to us when he and his mom moved into Puerta de Esperanza, our home of single teenage moms. Our teammates, the Clows, have legal custody of Elias. When the Clows started their six-month furlough in July they […]

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