Passports. Anti-malaria pills. Antibiotic prescriptions. mosquito repellant. Last-minute preparations are underway for fifteen mission team members from South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, and Canada who will converge in Quimistan, Honduras next Thursday, January 17.
One of the preparations is to start this blog as a way to provide real-time news from the mission field. If our efforts are successful, a member of the mission team will send periodic updates with maybe a photograph or two. We’re hoping this will allow you to share in some of the experiences we encounter as we interact with the people there and work on various projects. It will allow you to see in some small way how your donations are being used to improve the health, education, or housing of the people there.
The photo here shows three of more than a thousand students who were provided fluoride treatments last year to improve their dental health.
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Praying that you will all return home safely and that the blessings you receive you will pass on to all of us in some small manner. cathy
I know one of the people who are going on this trip of mercy. He is an inspiration & has a huge heart.He is a member of The Wed. Morning Breakfast Club (we now have an official title). A very interesting man, to say the least.God Speed!
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