It has been about six months since we arrived back in Connecticut from Honduras. Six months of cold has me excited for the warm weather. I’m looking forward to spending time with family huddled around a warm campfire cooking marshmallows and making S’mores. The crackling of the fire with sounds of crickets in the night is tied to many fond memories from my childhood camping trips with my family.
Over the last 5 years we have served in Honduras as missionaries. Over those past five years we had the opportunity participate in multiple youth camps for people with disabilities of Honduras, build 2 cabins for a camp, 2 houses for the poor, drill wells, organize multiple evangelistic events, missions conferences, food distribution, VBS, door to door evangelism, local school activities and much, much more.
In the village we served and lived, we built a church and ministered among our community and friends. For five years we became Hondurans, to win the Hondurans. It was five years in which God matured us and kept us safe in a country with much violence and crime.
These past five years not only remind me of the work we did, it also reminds me of the many faithful people who came along side us and supported our ministry financially. You made it possible for us to play a role in what God accomplished in Honduras and I will forever be thankful for your faithful generosity to the work of God and the love for our family.
As we continue to transition back to life here in the States we ask for your continued prayer for us to find our new groove. If you have continued to donate to us through CMC during our transition, we are grateful and thankful, but from here on out we will be closing down our account with them. Honduras may still be in our future endeavors, but for now we will settle back into life here and focus on the dental needs of our girls. Thank you for your contributions.
I can’t express how thankful we were to have such a great support team and sending church. May God bless you abundantly.
Tim and Family.