The Honduras team is getting anxious to come back home, but at the same time, they are still learning a lot of what the Lord wants to teach them. We leaders thank you for your prayers and ask for continued prayer for good health and motivation! On Tuesday morning, they got to put together a program they can use at the four bilingual schools where they are going to help the kids with their English and also share the gospel. Tuesday afternoon, they began their work project here at this base – paving a section of our gravel/mud driveway. Wednesday morning, we went to the first bilingual school and that afternoon they continued with the road project – hauling rocks and sand to the right place. Thursday morning, they spent a bit more time on their program and then had an early lunch before leaving for the second bilingual school. When they got back in the afternoon, they spent about two hours working on the road before having free time and then dinner. Sarah C. made peanut butter brownies for dessert!
Hello my name is Josiah. I have been in Honduras for about 2 weeks now and without many of the comforts of home; I have become more committed to Christ. When things are going well, sometimes our faith and stability in Christ might be more shallow than we think, not having had something hard to trust the Lord through. Let us make sure that we are surrendered to God. “And take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God,” Ephesians 6:17 And “redeeming the time, because the days are evil. Therefore do not be unwise, but understand what the will of the Lord is. And do not be drunk with wine, in which is dissipation; but be filled with the Spirit,” Ephesians 5:16-18 Let us keep our eyes on Jesus. God Bless! Side note: It can be hard to trust God in the good times and the more difficult times, not just the more difficult times. But when we make that decision to trust God, we can walk in joy and peace and the power of His Spirit.
These past several weeks here in Honduras have changed my view on the world. The culture & life style is a polar opposite compared to mine. My favorite part of my day is between making the laundry house or talking & evangelizing with the kids. (It really all depends on if its a work or evangelism day for me.) I have learned so much & still want to know more. Sincerely, Winston