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Team Hope (see pictures)
After the first two groups came, another group of five ladies from all different States visited. They had a women’s conference two days in Zambrano. Both times, they gave out donuts and soda after. They ministered in all the mountain villages (Villa Union, El Espino, La Providencia, San Francisco). Two of my girls jumped in the back of a truck on their trip way to San Francisco. At the same time, a 16 year old girl (Jade), has come to Honduras for 5 weeks to serve with the Sortos. Having all these teams, there has been a lot to help with!
The same day Team Hope flew out, Team Florida arrived. This was Luis’ pastor friend from Florida, his wife, and some youth. They ministered in Zambrano and in the mountains. They also helped to work with construction on a house that another team could not finish due to rain. They also had a youth service in Zambrano.
Kjell and Mikayla had their final days of school while we finished home school here at the house. The kids went to Disocvery School to take a placement test. In wanting all of our children to attend school in the fall, our first proposal for financial assistance was denied. Praise God, after another letter and Kjell attending a meeting, it was accepted. Two of our children will attend free in the fall and we will pay for two. Everyone is very excited. On the day the kids took their placement test, they also attending class with their future classmates. Everyone was already making friends and love the school.
Teams and teams (see pictures)
The end of May and beginning of June has been busy with teams up at New Generation (Love Without Boundaries). First, a group of three people came from Alabama. They were busy with women’s, men’s, and couple’s meetings, Saturday bible classes, preaching in the mountains, food give away, playing with kids, and cooking and serving spaghetti. While they were here, some young adults came from Texas. They helped with cooking and serving spaghetti, played with kids, preached and/or shared testimonies at the Rehabilitation Center, shared with the children in the mountains, and tried to finish a house project (helping build a house that was slowly falling apart due to the rain), but there was too much rain during the week to finish.
People were saved, bodies were healed, people were encouraged, and physical needs were met (such as the food that was given out). We joined in when possible. One day, Katarina and Rebekah went to the mountains (El Espino) in the back of a truck because we could not all fit. My kids love being with teams. Maybe it is all the questions they are asked or the translating they get to help with or the candy and cookies they receive, or they are just enjoying the English speaking company - hmmm!