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GCLA Missions: Medical Project

A Medical Mission team from Heritage Church in Ohio put together an open clinic in Choluteca, Honduras. The Honduras LT team was on hand to capture . . . → Read More: GCLA Missions: Medical Project

Catching Up: Joey’s Photostream

Have you been keeping up with Joey’s Flickr Photostream of Honduras LT? If not, here’s what you’ve been missing…

Day 42: Iglesia Gran Comision Managua, Nica

Wow, oh wow. The weekend of July 15-18 was blessed with an opportunity to travel to Managua, Nicaragua…

Day 41: Serving Lunch

Amy Davidson carries a tray of food to the kids in the . . . → Read More: Catching Up: Joey’s Photostream

GCLA Missions: Building a House

The Honduras LT team was excited to be part of this project with Elevate Church from Michigan, who spent their week working to build a house for the Aguilar-Oyuela family. Here’s . . . → Read More: GCLA Missions: Building a House

Iglesia Gran Comision Choluteca Newsletter – June 2011

The church in Choluteca just completed a short newsletter talking about many of their projects. Check it out to see more of what Honduras LT participants are doing . . . → Read More: Iglesia Gran Comision Choluteca Newsletter – June 2011

Honduras LT Updates: Week 1

11 students and a handful of leaders have just completed their first week of Leadership Training in Choluteca, Honduras. If you want to follow their journey this summer, here are a few links to check out… Continue reading Honduras LT Updates: Week 1

The Missionary Call

The Missionary Call

by Oswald J. Smith via Heart of God Ministries

What constitutes a Call? Is there any way of knowing the will of God? How can one be sure?

I think there is. In fact, I am certain. God would not leave His servants in darkness.

But let me give you James . . . → Read More: The Missionary Call

Spring Break 2011: Rob’s Story

My 10 days in Honduras
by Robert J. A. Abel on Sunday, April 10, 2011

My 10 days in Honduras started at the beginning of last semester when I met Joey Soto in Lowry Mall. He had a giant map of the world and was asking for anyone who wanted to write something anywhere on the map to . . . → Read More: Spring Break 2011: Rob’s Story

Spring Break 2011: Stephanie’s Story

What’s Heavy?

by Stephanie Proffer on Sunday, April 10, 2011

Yes — Drage was serious when he assigned us all a two- to three-page paper about what we learned in Honduras.

After one week at home with much reflection and godly counsel, this is what I came up with. ┬áThis singular note cannot possibly contain everything I . . . → Read More: Spring Break 2011: Stephanie’s Story

The Baton is Passed to you… Run!

The Baton is Passed to you… Run!

by Steve Shadrach via The Traveling Team

You have a race to run. Which one is it? (Heb. 12:1,2)

You might have more than one; but if you are a World Christian you need to have at least one. Here are four opportunities that you can look at, evaluate, and . . . → Read More: The Baton is Passed to you… Run!

Spring Break 2011: Stevi’s Favorite Pictures

Kids reading at Casa Hogar Vida

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Me with Rosiberta, Frances, Wendy, and Nicoll at Limon

Sixth & Seventh Graders at Great Commission School

Cynthia shows off her crochet practice

Carolina reading at Limon

Kids reading at Casa Hogar Vida

Hannah playing with kids at the . . . → Read More: Spring Break 2011: Stevi’s Favorite Pictures