A Note From Donna

As I reflect on the three weeks I had the privilege of spending at our annual Bible Camp, I find myself very emotional. While providing fun, recreation, Biblical teaching, emotional support, physical security, and lots of good food, we provide something even more important. We...

I hope this month’s newsletter finds you enjoying the new year and looking forward in anticipation for the things to come. Phil and I were able to host our youngest, Laura for about 10 days during the holidays. We loved every minute of her time...

As December begins, we are once again in shock that another year is ending. We were able to spend another Thanksgiving in the U.S. with Phil’s family, and of course I was able to see my family as well. We will be spending the Christmas...

I have decided of late to focus daily on my blessings.  It’s amazing how that decision changes my day and helps me to clearly see the ways that God is working in me and around me.  Just a few days ago, as I was spending...

This time of year gets busy for us as we wrap up our school year activities. Our DESEO program will be finishing up at the end of October with our school values program as well as basketball. Our ESPERO school for the deaf will end...

This past month Phil and I were able to travel in the U.S. We were able to visit with some of our supporters and make connections with some individuals and organizations that have an interest in collaborating with us in the future. Our travels took...

As we wrap up our summer brigade season, I feel incredibly grateful to those who made the sacrifice to come and serve with us here in Honduras. This summer alone we served more than 3800 people with medical consults, eye checks, and dental work. Several...

I am happy to report that Oscar’s surgery went very well.  I expressed to Phil that witnessing him walk just after surgery was the closest to experiencing the miracle of Jesus healing the lame.  Truly it was an encouraging experience for Phil and I and...

About the time you receive this newsletter, Lord willing, Phil and I will be in San Salvador, El Salvador with a brother in the church here by the name of Oscar. Oscar is only 38 years old and for genetic reasons he has the hips...

Phil and I spent this past month in the U.S. visiting churches, giving reports, and visiting many of our generous donors and friends. We drove over 5,000 miles and covered a lot of ground. It is always a blessing to get to know new donors...

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