MOUNTAIN VIEW FELLOWSHIP – HONDURAS 2022
After a long break due to travel restrictions caused from the ongoing pandemic, Mountain View Fellowship is excited to return to Honduras in continued partnership with Cristo Centro Peñasquitos.
God Invites Service
This post by Mandy Now it's my time to write the blog. To wrap up our stay with our Honduran family, to share a glimpse of my feelings with you, and to, hopefully, write something inspirational to make you desire redemption for these people like we do... So here we go, here starts Amanda's rendition of Honduras 2023. The first day started with travel that would make a grown man cry. From close to
Committing my life to Christ
Committing My Life to Christ Written by Kemper Hello, I am writing this while we are on a bus ride back to the Hostel from the beach. I’ll begin with a bit before the trip. My wife and I weren’t planning on going on this mission trip from the start, but eventually after a lot of prayer we decided to go for it! But as the trip got closer everything we had to finish
Cast All Your Anxiety on Him Because He Cares for You
The post by Bella 1 Peter 5:7 Hola! Wow, this whole week has gone by fast. Before I came here I was super nervous. I mean, I just felt like I would mess everything up. I was at the point where I didn't want to go anymore I was so nervous. And at the airport I got some feelings that I might not be going when some stuff got messed up with the tickets.
This post by Mickey I told my mom a million times I wasn't gonna go on this trip. I argued and argued and argued. I was 99% sure I was not going. But a couple months before leaving I felt something that pushed me to say yes. I still had doubts, I tiptoed the line between wanting to go, and staying home. But the second I stepped off our off-road bus adventure, and saw
God’s Advocate Written by Abi Today was a day full of surprises. Every day that we are here we are reminded to be flexible which I find exciting but sometimes it can be difficult to know what to do. The day started off with breakfast, a meeting, and a bus ride ,which is typical, but today instead of driving to the church we stopped at a store to meet up with Pastor Mario who
From Morgan: Dios Lo Bendiga!! Today part of our group broke off to do home visits with some of the elderly that aren’t sponsored yet. all of us jumped in the bed of Pastor Mario’s truck, which is common for the locals here but not for us haha we even had to bail out when we couldn’t made it up a steep hill and started to slide. The first family We encountered was a