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Hundreds Of Sick People And Hundreds Of Cinderblocks

The 11-person mission team from Faith Presbyterian Church of LaVale, MD has done wonderful work this week. Despite the oppressive heat they have worked hard. On Wednesday morning the team did some construction work on our downtown ministry center in the morning and took 30 kids to the river in the afternoon. A little rain […]

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Faith Draws Crowds

This week we are hosting an 11-person mission team from Faith Presbyterian Church of LaVale, MD. There must be something about Faith, because they are drawing crowds of Hondurans wherever they go. On Monday and Tuesday their Spanish speakers and medical personnel hosted two medical clinics in Armenia Bonito. In those two days they treated […]

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1000th Twitter Post

Fifteen months ago we started a Twitter account for our mission work in Honduras and now we have sent out our 1,000th tweet. That is 2.2 tweets every day. That means if you follow us on Twitter you are receiving pictures, videos, and prayer requests you can’t get anywhere else, twice a day. On Twitter […]

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Keeping The Faith

For almost four month Mike and Ashley Troxell have been ministering daily to the community of La Fe (which means The Faith). They are loving on and serving this community with a desire towards starting a church plant there. The Troxells have been hosting weekly Kids Club events and English classes. They’ve also been hosting […]

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It’s Not Bad It’s Just Different

In the next 370 words I hope to address what is one of the most complicated issues in missions…cultural bias. It is imperative that missionaries not revert to mission tactics of the late 19th century and try to impose their “superior” culture on the people they have been sent to serve. The gospel is not […]

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Pencils, Printers And Pouring Down Rain

On Monday Mike taught an English class in Armenia Bonito to 40 eager students. The class started with Noah-like rain. For about 20 minutes the rain fell so hard on the tin roof of our ministry center that nobody could hear a word. It is not often you experience a rain delay in ESL, but […]

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Goals And The Gospel

On Saturday Mike and our teammates John and Mike T. took 12 Honduran boys for a few hours to play indoor soccer. We had eight boys from Armenia Bonito, three boys from La Fe and one StreetChild who works with our teammate Kate. With gringos sprinkled throughout the teams we created three equal teams and […]

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