Sunday, March 8, 2020

Tejeras children learned about Moses and the burning bush from their Sunday school teacher, Sandra Rojas
More than 80 children sang songs of worship to praise God during the Sunday school hour.

With the birds calling in the distance, the team met on the front porch for a devotion about feeding the hungry and taking care of the needy. And thats what we did.

The squatter village of Tejeras is located along a busy highway with the church just yards from the semis roaring path. That does nothing to dissuade more than 80 children from learning about God’s love for them.

Kelli Roof and Mary Maddrey feeding the hungry children of Tejeras.

“For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink …” Matthew 25;35.

The Sunday School children were fed and served drink by our team. The children receive a similar meal by Honduras Agape Foundation (HAF) three more times a week.

During the Agape Promise (AP) middle schoolers Sunday bible study they performed a praise dance and skit for the members of the South Carolina team.
AP high schoolers discussed concerns in their lives and futures.

AP students in the middle school and high school meet in their own groups and at separate locations where they worship and share with their leaders and one another.

We enjoyed fellowship and food with both groups bringing us back to the Bible verse that started our day.

The team realizes the impact HAF has on these students and their religious and educational growth. Our team is humbled to play a small part in God’s plan for them.

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