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June 2015 Update

Dear Ministry Partners,

After a very productive trip to the U.S. during April and May, we resumed English classes on June 2. I really enjoyed seeing my students again and getting back to the task of helping them to learn English.

We are now using the English for Life curriculum that was developed by a former missionary. I like the curriculum and I think the students will, too. My newest students are working on Level 1 while my Saturday students are on Level 2. This is a five-level curriculum, so we have plenty to work on.

Charles Holton

Charles Holton

Charles Holton, an elder at the Cole Mill Road Church of Christ in Durham, NC, visited us during the second week of June. He was in town on business, but spent several hours visiting with Moises and participants in the education and nutrition programs that have been important projects for him over the past many years. On Sunday, he talked about Luke 2:52 as the basis for the nutrition, education, and discipleship programs. At the end of the service, he presented awards to three students who had been selected by ministry leaders as the three students who best exemplified the qualities of Luke 2:52 as shown by their academic performance, service in the church and community, and spiritual development. I’ve been privileged to have two of those students in my English classes since we started in August 2012!

 

Working on the roof

Working on the roof

Loading the old wood

Loading the old wood

Teamwork

Teamwork

A little bubble blowing

A little bubble blowing

Long-time friends

Long-time friends

Soccer is essential

Soccer is essential

I dismissed classes for the last two weeks of June while the mission teams from the Harpeth Hills Church of Christ Youth Group were here. Some of my students  were in a testing week at their high schools, so they were able to help with the work and practice their English while the first team was here. I spent that week with the team, too. Mostly, I took pictures, but I did get a little bit of physical exercise carrying building materials and cleaning up debris. I also suffered my first injury as a sports photographer (I’m fine now).

The projects for the first week included replacing rotting or termite-infested rafters, studs, and siding in three classrooms (including mine), as well as tearing down a house that the second group would build, beginning some work on the site where the San Antonio team will build a house in July, and painting the inside and outside of a rural church building. Of course, the Sunday afternoon soccer games are an essential part of every trip.

The youth rally Sunday evening was led by our teens. One of my students was the emcee, his brother led the opening prayer, and another of my students presented a lesson that Moises interpreted. The second message was presented by one of the Harpeth Hills students and was also interpreted by Moises.

After the San Antonio team leaves in July, we plan to follow our regular schedule for the remainder of the trimester, which runs through the first week of September.

Thank you so much for your continuing support. Please remember my students, the people of Honduras, and me in your prayers. Currently, there are weekly demonstrations against the president on Friday evenings. Tens of thousands of people are demanding his resignation. Please pray that these demonstrations continue to be peaceful. Please also pray for some more rain. This is the rainy season, but we sure haven’t had much rain. We need to get the reservoirs filled before the dry season comes.

If you shop online, please be sure to use the links on my website to support my ministry through your Amazon.com and ChristianBook.com purchases. Both sites pay me a small advertising fee for purchases made through my links. It doesn’t cost you anything extra.

Also, 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.

With love from Honduras,

Star

The Lord replies, “I have seen violence done to the helpless, and I have heard the groans of the poor. Now I will rise up to rescue them, as they have longed for me to do.” -Psalm 12:5

 
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Posted by on July 4, 2015 in Honduras, Prayer Requests, Updates

 

March 2015 Update

March 2015 Update

Dear Ministry Partners,

Another trimester has come to an end. It’s hard to believe that time can go by so quickly. I once heard someone say that time seems to go by as fast as we are old, so that at age 10, time seems to move at 10 miles per hour; and at age 50, it seems to move at 50 miles per hour. That really seems to be true.

Classes went well this month. My students are improving, step by step. I have some new things to try during the next trimester for both levels of students. I’m looking forward to seeing what works well. My goal is to arrive at a curriculum that a non-native English speaker could teach without an on-site native speaker and get good results. With today’s technology, I think we can do that. Earlier this month, I received all the materials for a curriculum that was successfully implemented in Brazil by a team of native and non-native English speakers. I’m hoping to be able to make that the foundation of our curriculum and integrate into it a few of the things we’ve been doing.

We had a group of visitors from San Antonio here for a few days this month. It was great to see Paula and Mike again, and to meet Todd, Nathan, and Wade (sure hope I got those names right)! It was the first time I heard Mike’s story as he preached at the IMC on March 8. The sound of the “asherah poles” breaking around the room was pretty cool as people decided that even though their asherah poles may have shaped their past, they would not shape their future as they live their new life in Christ.

The highlight of the month, though, came two weeks later, as 11 more people, including one of my students, were baptized at the water park. It was a wonderful afternoon!

Choosing to break the asherah pole and live his new life in Christ

Choosing to break the asherah pole and live his new life in Christ

Praying for the baptismal candidates

Praying for the baptismal candidates

Marlon

Marlon being baptized

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am currently packing and tying up loose ends here in preparation for spending April and most of May in the U.S. Please pray for a restful and renewing time for me. If you want to get together and you’ll be in the San Antonio area between April 26 and May 16, send me an email or Facebook message. I’d love to see as many of you as I can!

Thank you so much for your continuing support. Please remember my students, the people of Honduras, and me in your prayers.

If you shop online, please be sure to use the links on my website to support my ministry through your Amazon.com and ChristianBook.com purchases. Both sites pay me a small referral fee for purchases made through my links. It doesn’t cost you anything extra.

Also, 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.

With love from Honduras,

Star

The Lord replies, “I have seen violence done to the helpless, and I have heard the groans of the poor. Now I will rise up to rescue them, as they have longed for me to do.” -Psalm 12:5

 
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Posted by on March 28, 2015 in Honduras, Prayer Requests, Updates

 

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February 2015 Update

How are you?

How are you?

I know February is a short month, but it seemed to be really short! My new students completed the second unit of the new curriculum. I am still tweaking the lessons during class, as I realize there’s something they should learn before the next planned topic. Fortunately, I usually have slides or worksheets from the past to help with those “spur-of-the-moment” changes.

All of my students are doing well–learning something new during each class and practicing what they’re learning. I’m enjoying watching my new students become more confident in answering oral questions. I’ve been asking “why” a lot, in an effort to get them to think about their answers and to be able to explain why they answered the way they did. This not only helps them to gain confidence, but it also helps me to understand what I need to clarify for them.

My Saturday teens completed the “God Loves the Outcast” course and the adults will do so on March 7th. For the rest of March, those classes will work on several short topics. They will start a longer-term course when we resume classes in June.

The final day of classes for this term will be March 26. The next term will start during the first week of June, after I return from a trip to the U.S.

We will have some visitors from San Antonio for a few days in March. Also, two of my students are scheduled to be baptized! So, March should prove to be an exciting  month!

Thank you so much for your continuing support. Please remember my students, the people of Honduras, and me in your prayers.

If you shop online, please be sure to use the links on my website to support my ministry through your Amazon.com and ChristianBook.com purchases. Both sites pay me a small referral fee for purchases made through my links. It doesn’t cost you anything extra.

Also, 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.

With love from Honduras,

Star

The Lord replies, “I have seen violence done to the helpless, and I have heard the groans of the poor. Now I will rise up to rescue them, as they have longed for me to do.” -Psalm 12:5

 
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Posted by on March 6, 2015 in Honduras, Prayer Requests, Updates

 

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Thoughts on Romans 8:1-3 – “in Christ Jesus”

What does it mean to be “in Christ Jesus?” Paul uses the phrase “in Christ Jesus” here and in dozens of other verses in his letters, so it must be important. Let’s look at some of those verses.

1 Corinthians 1:30 – We are in Christ Jesus because of God.

Romans 6:3 – We were baptized into Christ Jesus. We were also baptized into His death.

Romans 3:24 – Redemption is in Christ Jesus!

Romans 6:11 – We are to consider ourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus.

Romans 6:23 – Eternal life is in Christ Jesus!

Romans 8:39 – The love of God is in Christ Jesus.

Romans 9:1 – Paul says he is speaking the truth in Christ.

Romans 12:5 – We are one body in Christ.

1 Corinthians 1:2 – The people of God’s church have been sanctified in Christ.

1 Corinthians 1:4 – God’s grace was given to them in Christ Jesus.

1 Corinthians 3:1 – The spiritually immature are infants in Christ.

1 Corinthians 4:10 – One can be wise in Christ (but be sure it’s true wisdom).

1 Corinthians 4:15 – Paul became the Corinthians’ father in Christ Jesus through the gospel.

1 Corinthians 4:17 – Paul sent Timothy to remind them of his ways in Christ, as he taught them in every church.

1 Corinthians 15:19 – We have hope in Christ!

1 Corinthians 15:22 – All who are in Christ shall be made alive.

2 Corinthians 1:21 – God establishes us in Christ.

2 Corinthians 2:14 – God leads us in triumph in Christ.

2 Corinthians 2:17 – Paul speaks in Christ.

2 Corinthians 5:17 – Anyone who is in Christ is a new creation!

2 Corinthians 5:19 – In Christ, God reconciled the world to Himself.

Galatians 1:22 – The churches of Judea were in Christ.

Galatians 2:4 – We have freedom in Christ Jesus.

Galatians 2:16 – We have believed in Christ Jesus in order to be justified by faith in Christ.

Galatians 3:26 – In Christ Jesus, we are all sons of God, through faith.

Galatians 3:28 – We are all one in Christ Jesus.

Galatians 5:6 – Only faith working through love counts for anything in Christ Jesus.

Ephesians 1:1 – The saints are faithful in Christ Jesus.

Ephesians 2:6-7 – God seated us in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus so He might show His grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus.

Ephesians 2:10 – We were created in Christ Jesus for good works.

Ephesians 2:13 – In Christ Jesus, we have been brought near to God!

Ephesians 3:6 – Gentiles are partakers of the promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel,

Ephesians 3:11 – God has realized His eternal purpose in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 1:26 – Paul said the Philippians could have ample cause to glory in Christ Jesus because of Paul’s returning to them.

Philippians 3:3 – Paul gloried in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 3:14 – The upward call of God is in Christ Jesus.

Philippians 4:19 – God will supply all of our needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.

1 Thessalonians 2:14 – Paul tells the Thessalonians to imitate the churches of God in Christ Jesus that are in Judea.

1 Thessalonians 5:18 – It is the will of God in Christ Jesus that we give thanks in all circumstances.

1 Timothy 1:4 and 2 Timothy 1:13 – Faith and love are in Christ Jesus.

1 Timothy 3:13 – Faith is in Christ Jesus.

2 Timothy 1:1 – The promise of life is in Christ Jesus.

2 Timothy 1:9 – God gave a holy calling in Christ Jesus before the ages began.

2 Timothy 2:1 – Grace is in Christ Jesus.

2 Timothy 2:10 – Salvation is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory.

2 Timothy 3:12 – We will be persecuted if we desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus.

2 Timothy 3:15 – The Scriptures can make us wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus.

Philemon 1:23 – Paul and Epaphrus were prisoners in Christ Jesus.

There are still more verses, but what does this all mean? If we consider three broad questions, we can begin to get a picture of what Paul means when he speaks of someone or something being “in Christ Jesus.”

I. What is in Christ Jesus?

  • Wisdom of life
  • The love of God
  • The upward call of God
  • God’s holy calling
  • God’s grace
    • In kindness toward us
  • Hope
  • Freedom
  • His church
  • Victory
  • God’s will
  • Faith and love
    • Faith working through love is the only worthy faith.
  • Glory
    • God’s riches in glory
  • Salvation
  • Eternal life
  • Sanctification
  • Redemption
  • Justification

There are many more verses in Paul’s writings in which he used the phrase “in Christ Jesus” or simply “in Christ.” The few dozen verses looked at here are sufficient to show us that in Christ are found far greater treasures than anyone could possibly find outside of Christ.

2. What are we in Christ Jesus?

  • Spiritual infants or maturing learners
  • Dead to sin and alive to God
  • Faithful
  • Sons of God through faith
  • Established by God
  • Speakers of truth
  • One body
  • Examples to others
  • Created for good works
  • New creation
  • Partakers of the promise through the gospel
  • Potential prisoners

Again, there are many other verses that talk about who we are in Christ. Combined with what is in Christ (and, therefore, what we have in Christ), these verses should be sufficient to establish our identity in Christ.

III. Where are we in Christ and why?

  • Brought near to God
  • Seated in the heavenly places
  • Because of God

Considering all that we have and are in Christ and where we are in Him, perhaps the next question is the most important: How do we get into Christ? Romans 6:23 and Galatians 3:27 say we were baptized into Christ. This raises several questions about baptism to consider in a future study.

Now these were more noble than those in Thessalonica, in that they received the word with all readiness of the mind, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so. -Acts 17:11 (WEB)

 
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Posted by on February 6, 2015 in Reflections, Scriptures

 

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January 2015 Update

It is difficult to believe that January is already over, but it is. We are a third of the way through the first trimester already! We’ve had our first exams and the students did well.

Between classes, I am continuing to develop lessons and materials for the new curriculum. I am adjusting lesson plans almost daily, based on my students. By the end of the year, I hope to have a 70 hour course for beginners that has been tested by two classes of teenage beginners. We are focusing on the A1 and A2 levels in the Common European Framework for foreign languages. I don’t know if we can complete the A2 level in just 70 hours, but we’ll definitely be making progress toward that goal.

I have started planning for my spring trip and am working on my tax return. Don’t forget to do yours! If you want me to speak to your large or small group, I will be available between April 27 and May 16 only. Please tell me now if you want me to save a date for your group.

That’s all for now. Thank you all your continuing partnership in this ministry!

Please continue to pray for an end to the violence in Honduras.

As you do your online shopping, please be sure to use the links on my website to support my ministry through your Amazon.com and ChristianBook.com purchases. Amazon.com and ChristianBook.com both pay me a small fee for purchases made through my links.

Also, 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.

With love from Honduras,

Star

The Lord replies, “I have seen violence done to the helpless, and I have heard the groans of the poor. Now I will rise up to rescue them, as they have longed for me to do.” -Psalm 12:5 (NLT)

 
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Posted by on February 5, 2015 in Honduras, Prayer Requests, Updates

 

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Thoughts on Isaiah 48:9-11

Isaiah prophesies in this passage to “the house of Jacob”–Israel. Although we often think of promises and prophecies as if they apply to us (and some do), we must always remember to whom the promise or prophecy was originally given. In this passage, God speaks through Isaiah to Israel.

vs 9. “For the sake of” can mean “for the purpose of,” “for the good or advantage of,” or “for the personal benefit of.” Any of those definitions could fit here, for God certainly has a purpose for all that He does. Even human beings appreciate the value of a person’s good name, so surely God values His own name and would act for the good of His name. We probably don’t often think of God as acting for His own benefit, but there is no one higher than Him for whose benefit He could act. We act on behalf of others in this world because in doing so, we serve God, but who is God to serve? He is the highest being–so doesn’t that mean He must serve Himself and act for His own benefit, knowing that all of His blessings and riches will overflow to benefit His creatures beyond their wildest imaginations? A person’s name can be thought of as their reputation, for both represent the essence of the person, their character.

So, for His own purpose or for His own good or benefit, God deferred or refrained from His anger against Israel. His anger wasn’t resolved then.

God also says that for His praise He restrains His anger so that He doesn’t cut off or destroy Israel. I understand this to mean that God will receive praise because of the restraint He showed in not destroying Israel. I believe this has indeed happened as people through the centuries have heard Israel’s story and recognized God’s unfailing love throughout it.

vs 10. God refined Israel, “but not as silver.” Does this mean in a different way or that the process is incomplete? Perhaps both. The text doesn’t make that clear.

God says He tried or tested Israel in the furnace of affliction. As we read Israel’s story, we do see God’s testing of Israel, and His faithfulness.

vs 11. In this verse, God makes it clear that He acts for His own sake. He even repeats His words to emphasize this fact. His reason? If He destroys His chosen people, Israel, God’s name would be defiled or dishonored. Remember when Moses pleaded with God not to kill the Israelites in Exodus 32? Moses appealed to God to spare the people for His name’s sake, so that God’s name would not be dishonored. Moses didn’t use those exact words, but that’s the general idea when he said, “Why should the Egyptians say, ‘He brought them out with an evil intent to kill them in the mountains and wipe them off the face of the earth?'”

Finally, in this passage, God says He will not give His glory to anyone else. If God had destroyed the people, His name would have been dishonored and His glory would have been given to some false god. This passage ends with God’s anger, His wrath, still restrained. The day will come, though, when God’s anger will be satisfied (Romans 2:5).

Heavenly Father, I thank You so much for Your unfailing love and faithfulness toward not only your people Israel, but also toward Gentile believers, toward me. I know what I deserve, but You have chosen to love me and forgive me through the sacrifice of Your Son. I can do nothing to earn Your love and forgiveness, and nothing to repay You for it. So, I ask You to help me to live a life worthy of the Gospel. Mold me into the woman You designed me to be, whatever that entails. I am willing, Father, and in anything that I am not, please make me willing to be willing. You are the One I want to please. You are the One I love. I praise You, Father, for who You are! Amen.

But let us, since we belong to the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love, and, for a helmet, the hope of salvation. For God didn’t appoint us to wrath, but to the obtaining of salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ, 10 who died for us, that, whether we wake or sleep, we should live together with him. 11 Therefore exhort one another, and build each other up, even as you also do.-1 Thessalonians 5:8-11 (WEB)

 
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Posted by on January 16, 2015 in Reflections, Scriptures

 

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Thoughts on Luke 12:32

vs32. Jesus was talking to the crowd, but then He turned to speak to His disciples: “Don’t be afraid, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the Kingdom.”

“Don’t be afraid” –> don’t worry; don’t be anxious; don’t be nervous; don’t be scared; perhaps even ‘chill out.’

“little flock” –> Sheep—dirty, smelly, dumb, defenseless. That’s a sheep. That’s me. That’s us. But, we have a Shepherd—the Good Shepherd who knows us and wisely cares for us.

“for” –> because. Why shouldn’t we be afraid? Is it only because of our Shepherd? No. We have One who is more than a Shepherd.

“your Father.” –> God himself is our Father; our loving, caring Father!

“to give you the Kingdom” –> Who can give me the Kingdom except the King himself? No one!

“good pleasure.” –> He enjoys, He delights to give us the Kingdom! God doesn’t give us the Kingdom because He is obligated to do so. He delights to give it to us. If He gives it to us, we share in it; we live in it.

So, we have a wise Shepherd/loving Father/generous King who delights to give us His Kingdom! He’s not selling it, not trading for it. He’s giving it to us! It cost Him the sacrifice of His Son, but He gives it to us. What enormous love! That’s why we need not fear!

Heavenly Father, what love you have shown and continue to show to sinful mankind! I don’t understand how you can do it, but I am so grateful you do! Thank you for making a way for me to be reconciled with You. Please help me to point others to Jesus so they can also be reconciled with You. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.

We know and have believed the love which God has for us. God is love, and he who remains in love remains in God, and God remains in him. -1 John 4:16 (WEB)

 
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Posted by on January 2, 2015 in Reflections, Scriptures

 

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Thoughts on 2 Chronicles 16:7-9

vs7. Hanani the seer told King Asa of Judah that the Aramean army had escaped from his hand because he had relied on the king of Aram instead of on God.

vs8. Hanani reminded Asa that the Lord delivered the mighty army of the Cushites and Libyans into his hand when he had relied on the Lord.

vs9. Hanani tells Asa that the eyes of the Lord are looking throughout the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to Him. He then tells Asa that he was foolish to not rely on the Lord and that he will be at war from now on.

I have not faced physical armies of war as King Asa did, but I faced other “armies.” The armies of cancer or other serious illness, fear, discouragement, temptation to sin, unemployment, bankruptcy, and many others confront each of us from time to time throughout our lives. In these times, we must not follow Asa’s example when he relied on the king of Aram.

Rather, we must follow his example when he faced the army of the Cushites and Libyans that seemed so overwhelmingly powerful and large that his army had no chance to survive. At that time, Asa wisely turned to God and relied on Him. As a result, God delivered the enemy into Asa’s hands. This is the example we must follow. Rely on the all-powerful Lord our God who holds the universe in His hand!

I praise You, God, for Your power, Your wisdom, Your mercy, and Your love! Help me to be a person whose heart is wholly, totally, completely committed to You! Please, Father! Help me to always rely on You and not on myself or anyone else. Thank You, Father. Amen.


Trust in Yahweh with all your heart,
    and don’t lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him,
    and he will make your paths straight.
Don’t be wise in your own eyes.
    Fear Yahweh, and depart from evil.
It will be health to your body,
    and nourishment to your bones. -Proverbs 3:5-8 (WEB)

 
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Posted by on January 2, 2015 in Reflections, Scriptures

 

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Thoughts on Romans 11:28-32

vs28. Paul says the Jews are enemies of God for the sake of the Gentiles, in regards to the gospel. But, regarding election, the Jews are beloved–not for their own sake, but for the sake of their forefathers.

vs29. God’s gifts and His calling are irrevocable! They cannot be taken away!

vs30. The Romans (and all non-Jewish Christians) used to be disobedient to God. God gave them and us mercy because of Israel’s disobedience.

vs31. They have now been disobedient so that God can show them the same mercy He showed us.

vs32. God delivered us all (Jew and Gentile alike) into disobedience so that He can show His mercy to both Jew and Gentile.

God wants to have mercy on all of us (2 Peter 3:9). Unfortunately, there are many who will not turn from their sinful lives to the true and living God who loves them so much that He made His own Son to be a sin offering for them–for each of us–so that we could be reconciled to God.

Oh, what it must have been like for Adam and Eve to be able to walk and talk with God in the cool of the Garden of Eden! After they sinned, that relationship was broken. Only God could restore it, and He did so by sacrificing Jesus for each of us.

Now, as a Christian, I have the privilege of talking with God as His child. He is my Father! He sees me as holy and without fault of blame (Colossians 1:22) because Jesus paid the penalty in full for all of my sin!

I love my Father; therefore, I love His children and obey His commands. Oh, I don’t do that perfectly. Far from it. But, I can rest in the perfect peace that God provides, knowing that He, my Father, has already forgiven me because of the blood of Jesus.

Now, because I love my Father, I desire to point others to Jesus so that they can be reconciled to Him, also!

Heavenly Father, I do love You! Please help me always, by my actions and my words, to point others to your Son. I know that Jesus will not turn away anyone who comes to Him, so please help me to show others the way to Him. Amen.

The Lord is not slow concerning his promise, as some count slowness; but is patient with us, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance. -2 Peter 3:9 (WEB)

 

 
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Posted by on January 1, 2015 in Reflections, Scriptures

 

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December 2014 Update

Dear Ministry Partners,

It’s New Year’s Eve. Wow! 2014 will be over in just a few hours, and we’ll be starting a new year. I am grateful to God for this past year and am excited to see what He’ll do with this new year.

The new year of English classes starts on Saturday. I know I’ll have some new students, but I don’t know yet which classes they’ll be in. Hopefully, they’ll all have completed the registration form by Friday afternoon.

My continuing students will continue with the course “God Loves the Outcast.” They will complete that course during this trimester. The new students will be the first students to use the curriculum I have been working on off-and-on for the past year. It’ll be interesting to see which pieces work well and which need to be altered. Hopefully, we’ll end the year with a good curriculum for beginners in Latin America.

Please join me in praying for all of my students as we prepare for another year of study. May God guide each of us as we seek to follow the path He lays before us.

Thank you for your faithfulness throughout 2014.

With love from Honduras,

Star

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.-Romans 15:13 (NIV)

 
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Posted by on December 31, 2014 in Honduras, Prayer Requests, Updates

 

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