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Nationals Helping Nationals

A major part of what we try to do as missionaries is work ourselves out of a job. Our goal is to train up nationals so serve other nationals. Ideally, we can prepare them well enough that they can take over the ministry and serve their own culture better than we ever could. To that […]

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English Exams Taken

On Thursday Mike administered an English exam to eight students at our IBCP seminary. This concluded a three-month long English class Mike has been teaching. The students of the course were both our seminary students and members of the community. The English course served two purposes for the seminary: 1) prepare the seminary students for this […]

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25 Graduates Of 10 Weeks Of English

On Monday Mike and James hosted the end of the session reward dinner for our English class. The class was 10-weeks long and every student who attended eight or more classes and passed all of their oral exams received a reward dinner with their teachers. Twenty-five students graduated and attended the dinner. For 10-weeks Mike […]

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Building Skills And Relationships With English

On Monday we taught our weekly English class in Armenia Bonito. Thirty students, young and old, attended. Our weekly English classes are a wonderful way for the students to learn a skill and set themselves apart in the job market. The Honduran unemployment rate continues to hover near 30%. This means that competition for even […]

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Moving Dirt And Moving Minds

The 19-person short-term mission team from Meadowview Reformed Presbyterian Church of Lexington, NC is serving with us in La Ceiba, Honduras. Our team has been very blessed by their service. On Monday morning the team put on a medical clinic that served the StreetKids we work with in our Peter Project. The group treated 31 […]

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Building Homes And Building Relationships

Houston Lake Presbyterian of Kathleen, GA and Phoenix United Reformed (PURC) of Phoenix, AZ have been serving with us since Saturday. With a combined 26 short-term missionaries our ministries are truly blessed. On Sunday the two teams joined us for Gringo Church where Mike continued our study through 1 Samuel. The groups then went on […]

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Future Tense, Future Home And Future King

The nine-person team of Covenant Presbyterian from Paso Robles, CA continued to serve well in the community of Armenia Bonito. On Monday morning the team enjoyed mild weather as they helped to construct a new house for the Guevara family. In the afternoon they helped teach an English class to 40 students. They taught verb […]

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