From Erin: The Lord kept giving us 2 Chronicles 20. The lesson on Sunday was from that chapter. As in all of our evenings we had prayer, praise, and worship. But Wednesday night was different. Betsy and Joani came to us at lunch and asked if we could fast dinner. Betsy was being prompted
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From Adam: Today was the third, and final, day of Vacation Bible School here at the Villa in Honduras, and thanks to God it was better than I could ever have imagined. One of the goals our team established before heading south was to empower the older kids here by including them as part
From Jay: Today started with the early sounds of committed boys getting ready for school. The boys and girls were well on their way with school before I was even out of bed. Breakfast, lunch and dinner were again provided by Norma and several girls who create meals that are nothing short of amazing.
From Bill: Two things struck me today. This school has so many 3-15 year old girls and boys who are the embodiment of the spirit of Jesus. Watching them sing, dance, and pray you can really see that they understand. The testimony of one of these girls was awesome. She detailed how she lost
From Jackie: Betsy, who is the founder and director of Jericho Ministries, told her story today and it was A-mazing! She is SO inspiring in her Faith and Trust in what God is doing. She had so many stories of how God has showed up and how her struggles turn into opportunities to share
Post by Jessica... Honduras is day two in a nutshell! Breakfast, delicious local Honduras coffee, fresh fruit and pancakes. Visit to the dump, playing with kids, singing in a circle on the top of the mountain with worship songs led by girl named Katie. VBS with Adam and Erin, call to accept Jesus, Betsy
We arrived in Honduras after a red eye! We took cat naps throughout the night and day. The team is enjoying and getting to know each other. Betsy Hake and her sister Mindy picked us up with some wonderful Honduran men who helped us with our bags and transportation to the school associated with