Dear ministry partners,
Last time, I told you we had another mission team after our two Tennessee teams. This team consisted of three Texans and one Honduran-Floridian. We also had a few excellent local workers to help us.
The first project was to build a new house for Prospiro. We finished the house very quickly, so we had time to paint it, also. Junior and friends have now built and installed the door and window shutters. The house blessing is scheduled for August 24, so I’ll be able to get pictures of the door and shutters then.
The second construction project was to build a tiny house for Manuel. His old house was a shack that was in terrible condition. We only had one morning to work on it, but Mauricio and Eliezer completed the work the next week. Moises told me that Manuel is very happy because this is the first real house he’s ever lived in.
We also made a few home visits, including one to Maria Ponce, who is now 89. She was very thin and frail, but in good spirits.
English classes have resumed and will continue until the middle of September. Then, we’ll have one week off before starting another term.
We are looking forward to the September 1 arrival of our second World Race team. We will host a team of seven women. They have been in Latin America since January. Please pray that they will have a safe and successful month of ministry here.
Tegucigalpa is still very much in need of rain. Please pray for gentle, soaking rains. We don’t need floods, but we definitely need rain.
That’s all the news for July. Remember, if you would like to partner with me financially, read “Become a Ministry Partner” to get the details on how to make a deductible or non-deductible gift to help pay for my monthly expenses.
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May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.
Thank you so much for continuing to pray!
With love from Honduras,
The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer;
my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge,
my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. -Psalm 18:1