Health, Honduras, Missions, Orphan Care, Prayer, Travel

Duplex Kidney

We would like to ask you all to pray with us for our little guy, Javier (not his real name, for safety).  We have been privileged to care for him for almost a year, since the death of his mother.  Last week I took him in to our doctor because he had, as was confirmed, a urinary track infection.  This week…

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Daily Life, Honduras, Orphan Care, Water

Laundry

We have only a very limited supply of water and so the women and children are doing most of the laundry at the pila.  We found that our nice washing machine uses 25 gallons of water per load of laundry, but you can do the same amount of laundry at the pila using only 5 gallons.  This is a lot of…

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Children, Health, Honduras, Missions, Raising Little Ones

Working to Save Baby H

We spent many hours and many dollars to satisfy the requirements of DINAF (Honduras Social Services) so that we can extricate Baby H from the Roman Catholic orphanage. It has taken all month to get the police reports, physicals and papers of recommendation to satisfy DINAF.  Praise the Lord we were able to turn all in with the application.  Now we just have to…

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Daily Life, Honduras, Missions, Travel

Residence Visas, Praise God!

We are praising God for his supply and grace to us.  Many people in the US may not know, but visas and permits are a great hurdle for missionaries at times.  We have been endeavoring to obtain what is called a permanent visa (5 years, then we can apply for residence) since we moved here last June.  We have had to spend approx. $400 per month…

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Another Baby Saved!

I don’t believe in coincidences, so when God puts you somewhere where you can help, do it no matter what it may cost you!  (1 Juan 4:8) He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love. We have a lady in our church who is the most faithful friend to our ministry and family. Her name is Alma and…

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