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English Church In Honduras

English Church for Team Honduras has grown into an amazing church-like worship service. Ten months ago Team Honduras welcomed Seth and Renee McLaughlin. Seth is the first real live, ordained pastor (Teaching Elder for you PCA people) our team has ever had. Seth took over what used to be called Gringo Church and raised the […]

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McLaughlins Arrive In Honduras

The McLaughlin family have arrived in Honduras. On Thursday Seth, Renee and Gavin arrived in La Ceiba and joined Team Honduras. Seth is a Pastor in the PCA and will be working with our church planting and theological education efforts and Renee is a Physicians Assistant and will be working in our mercy and medical […]

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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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McLaughlins Here For a Visit

Our teammates, Seth and Renee McLaughlin, are here in La Ceiba, Honduras for a week. They have spent the past nine months in Costa Rica learning Spanish. In August they will arrive in La Ceiba to work with us fulltime. The McLaughlins have a busy week with us here in La Ceiba. Seth will join […]

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A Mission Team In Training

Training and preparation are very important for the mission field. Studies have shown the more a missionary is trained and evaluated before they begin doing mission work the higher the probability they will complete their first term and return for a second term. It is important for our ministry that each member of our team receives […]

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Second Medical Clinic

The initial work on our second medical clinic has begun. As you can see from the pictures it is a modest beginning. There is much work still to be done. Our first medical clinic opened in February in Armenia Bonito and has been wildly successful and a major blessing for the community. Our second medical […]

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