Country Road, Take Me Home
I drove up the mountains, away from Choluteca, towards San Marcos de Colon it began to rain. By the time I had reached 4000 feet the rain was steady and the fog was thick. The rain was not pounding but steady, I immediately knew that this rain would not be passing too soon and that this was the kind of rain that causes the rivers in the mountainous region of San Marcos de Colon to overflow...
Out of Context
As a missionary in a third world country I have much to say, experiences to tell, and Good News to share. No amount of school, no amount of reading could prepare one for the mission field. You might get an idea, but it’s the day to day life that educates you on what to do and not to do. More than that it’s the day to day prayer life that will make the work a success or the lack of prayer life...
Meet Juana Sanchez and nine month old Flory Dalia. Flory Dalia is severely malnourished. At nine months she only weighs 7 pounds 7 ounces. The Sanchez family lives in a mud and stick hut outside of Choluteca in the village of Montesillo. Last Sunday morning Juana and Flory Dalia showed up at church in Limon looking for J.B. They had received medical treatment at a private clinic in Choluteca....