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2 months ago

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The team arrived home safely last night. We are adjusting (well, sort of) to snow and cold after sleeping with windows open all week.We still pray for and think about the people in the Senior Ministry program that we served during the week.We’re excited the schools are returning to in person teaching. We wish all kids could attend school, but you can’t go to school unless you have a school uniform.We worshipped with Honduran Christians on Sunday. May Jesus Christ be praised all over the world! God doesn’t have socioeconomic requirements to enter heaven.Many of the people we serve are Christians, but have food insecurity, don’t have access to clean water, and live in one or two bedroom homes with dirt floors. The Bible tells us, “To whom much has been given, much will be required." We pray the medicines, the hygiene products, the toys they were given made it possible to use their limited money for other necessities Thank you to everyone who prayed for us during the trip. Thank you for donating clothing, shoes, toys and hygiene products.Gail, Joyce, Sue, Joan, and Claude ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Please join us in prayer for safe travels as our mission team heads back home today.Thank you to all who’ve journeyed with our team during the last 7 days. This morning they start the trip back home. They are grateful for your prayers that have encouraged them. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Update from Thursday:Tonight, we bring photos of the friends PATTH has made over the years: Carolina, Dr Estrada, Dr Dinis, and Oscar. ... See MoreSee Less
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  • UPDATE 2.24.18

    The team has made it to their homes for the next week. Surgery team is at the hospital and possibly doing a surgery tonight! The clinic and construction teams are settled too. Tomorrow we will worship at Baluarte Church. In the afternoon, it’s time to reorganize over 15 bags of supplies preparing for the week. […]

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Honduras Fun Facts

Capital: Tegucigalpa

Monetary Unit: Lempira

National Bird: Scarlet Macaw

Has the most coral reefs after Australia

Half the population lives below the poverty level

Same time zone as Iowa