Graft, greed, mayhem turn Honduras into murder capital of world - Americas - MiamiHerald.com

Graft, greed, mayhem turn Honduras into murder capital of world - Americas - MiamiHerald.com

This is why we constantly need your prayers for protection. A very interesting article and right on the money.

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How To Build A Church From Scratch

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Lord, hear our prayer

God has been blessing in some wonderful ways lately. Just Sunday night a young man who recently started attending our church gave his heart to Christ. We have sensed a special presence of the Lord helping us and guiding us. Since about November we have seen a steady influx of new people coming to our Tiloarque church. It's exciting to watch God work. I had to buy more chairs because our little church was filling up. Now we are running out of room. There is no where else to go with chairs. Our prayer request to the Lord this year is that he would help us find a new place where we can either remodel or build a church. Land is very expensive where we are located and we don't have that kind of cash to go out and buy something. But we serve a great big and wonderful God. Will you help us pray that the Lord will supply this need and give us a permanent place where we can expand and grow the ministry. I don't know how or when but I know He is going to answer this prayer in a marvelous way to bring glory and honor to His name. Thank you for your prayers.

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Christmas Still Lingers in the Air

Hannah's cousin arrived in Tegucigalpa yesterday on a work team from the Nazarene Church. They are building a parsonage this week and after the team leaves he plans to stay with us for a week. So I went and met him at the airport and he gave us this suitcase full of goodies from Hannah's mom. It was Christmas all over again!!! haha. We just can't stop having Christmas.
An art set for Joseph.
Daniel got some toys, stuffed animals and new clothes.
Some of the goodies were, Cincinnati chili mix, cookies, chocolates, clothes and toys. Thank you pappy and grammy for all the presents. We love them!!!

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In the pits!

Saturday was a big work day in Las Delicias. Our goal for the day was to make 200 adobes! I made a big appeal to the people on Thursday night at our service to help us out. I brought four of my guys from Tegucigalpa and headed out at 5:30 a.m.
We had an awesome turn-out! There were about six guys from Delicias plus us five from Tegucigalpa. After a word of prayer we hit the mud pit and things began to happen. These guys had a mind to work.
This was Pablo's first time to make adobes. He seemed to really enjoy it but by the end of the day his back was really hurting.
I kept thinking of the Israelites and their captivity in Egypt. They must have worked something like this.
We set a record and made 360 adobes!!!! We have a total now of 550. I think we will soon start laying block on the church. I can't wait to see this thing finished!
  This was my snack before heading home. They made me fried mustard greens with eggs. Everyone was saying how awesome mustard greens were, I told them I had never tried it. Well, I tried it. You know what? It was actually pretty good. It tasted like spinach.

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Christmas in January!!!!!!!

 
 The Beavertown God's Missionary Church, our home church in Pennsylvania sent us two big boxes full of Christmas gifts. Maureen Slavens is the missionary director at the church and organized this special show of love. We had so much fun opening up our gifts it was like having Christmas all over again.
Joseph was so excited he could hardly wait to open up the gifts!
A fire truck for Daniel. He loved it!!
 Joseph got a lot of nice gifts too. Books, clothes, matchbox cars, coloring books etc.
What a blessing!! A few of the things that we received were jumper cables, a clock, candles, slippers, pans, doilies, home decor, a calendar, monthly planner, music cd's, Bible stickers, and much more. THANK YOU BEAVERTOWN GOD'S MISSIONARY CHURCH!!!!! WE appreciate it sooo much!
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