Wednesday, June 22, 2011


Recently, I have been reading Ecclesiastes 3. For everything there is a season. There is a time for everything. A time to heal, plant, pluck, weep, laugh, cast away, gather; you name it there is a time for it. I wonder though if there is ever a time for distraction or if that is the one thing that can be used against us when we are working towards a higher purpose. Every day, I find myself contemplating whether what I do here is worth it. Whether the sacrifices I’ve made are enough or am I being pushed to see just what is really important to me in this life and in the hereafter. I was told that I shouldn’t give up things for the ministry... and in all honesty, that is the most confusing thing I’ve ever heard. This whole mission was to be where God called me to be. I sold everything and I committed whole heartedly to my purpose and yet, I find myself at this crossroad. Which direction is the pathway less traveled? Each turn seems to be a difficult path. In two months I will be heading back to the states and my path seems to be reaching the point of the unknown. I’m very secure that God has everything under control and I’m not worried nor do I think that He will abandon me be as I reach the turning point. I am ready for what ever is next. Please be praying for me as I continue on! It is time.

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: Eccl. 3:1

Tuesday, June 14, 2011


They say pictures are worth 1000 words... well, I’m tired and I can’t really think well in English or in Spanish so let’s see if that holds true... Here are some picture of the past month! I have been so busy and it has been so great serving here in Honduras! I hope that these pictures capture just a little bit of the joy I’ve felt!We had three Baptisms this month!! Awesome right?? one of the ladies, whose name escapes me at the moment, has been opening her house and kitchen to teams for a long and and finally decided to take the step of faith! It was pretty exciting to see the whole process.
Yesi: one of my favorite girl from La Victoria. We have bonded over camera snatching and other fun festivities! Her smile shines through anything!

Cooking on an open fire in La Victoria... This is how we feed teams. If I ever need to know how to cook with out a stove, I’m set.

My English class! I’ve recently turned over the reigns and am now working with the teams on Tuesdays, but they were a GREAT class!!