Honduras: Day 1

Our day started early around check-in stations at DFW airport and it ended with a meal around a table at our ministry housing, La Casa Grande

Over a steady day of travel, we’ve already seen God’s goodness here in Honduras. The Serve Hope staff met us with love at the San Pedro Sula airport and proceeded to drive us two hours south to our primary ministry city, Siguatepeque… or Sigua for short. 

Because Sigua is at higher elevation (apprx. 3,500ft), the air is cool. We took a walk around a city square park led by Serve Hope staff, Cristian and Alberto, and enjoyed experiencing the sights, sounds, smells, and energy of the city on Saturday night. The walk ended with a prayer of gratitude and blessing for the Sigua.

We came back to La Casa Grande for a welcoming meal on the upstairs covered patio. Under a string of outdoor lights, we regained our own energy and shared in laughter. 

Our conversation concluded with a brief reflection on the day considering where we experienced God’s goodness to us, what stood out in our travels so far, and encouragement toward one another. 

Tomorrow will include beginning work on the home we’re helping build, participating in worship at a local church, and visiting families to gift them clean water filter systems as we share the gospel and pray for them.

Thank you for praying for us as we join the work the Lord is already doing here in Honduras through Serve Hope International. 

For the gospel,
Pastor Jared & the team 

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One comment on “Honduras: Day 1”
  1. Edward Clark says:

    Now, Lord, consider their threats and enable your servants to speak your word with great boldness. Stretch out your hand to heal and perform signs and wonders through the name of your holy servant Jesus.”
    Acts 4:29-30
    Holy Spirit move with power through this mission group to see many come into your Kingdom as You bear witness to the Gospel. In Jesus Name, Amen

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