Honduras is Something you have to Experience First Hand

My friend Randy

My friend Randy

I do my best to describe what a trip to Honduras is like. I share on this blog stories and pictures of things that have touched us in ways so deep that we’ll forever be affected by then. As hard as I try, I’ll NEVER be able to fully explain what a trip to Honduras is really like without you personally experiencing it. It’s something you must feel, experience and see for yourself.

I brought 27 people with me to Honduras this week and 23 of them were first-timers. Nearly everyone of those first-timers have told me in one way or another, “This week has been truly amazing. I know you tried, but there was just no way to describe to us all of what we were going to see and feel, was there?” I told them there wasn’t, it’s just something you have to personally experience and when you do you fall in love being the hands and feet of Jesus.

Randy (pictured above) has made both trips with me this year. He’s been affected by Honduras and he’s allowed God to use his life in incredible ways. This year he’s used every drop of his vacation from work to go serve in Honduras. That’s just one of the many reasons he’s one of my heroes.

This morning I sat down with my good friend Marc Tindall, who makes all this possible, and we worked out all the details on my summer 2011 trip. I sure wish you’d seriously consider coming with me this summer to experience Honduras for yourself. In the next couple of weeks I’ll give you all the details on the summer trip.

In the meantime I’ll do my best to describe to you on this blog what we’re doing and how it’s affected us … but my words will fall way short of what it’s really like. Simply put …. Honduras is something you have to experience firsthand.

So how about the summer of 2011? Come be affected by Honduras.

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I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast. Read 1182 articles by
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  1. Margaret Taylor says:

    Sounds as though you have all been blessed this week.
    Even though it has been cold, your hearts are warm.
    God bless you I pray you will have a safe trip home.

  2. Great stuff. I’d meant to be there this time, had I not been laid off. Vacation time next year, so who knows? Then again, I have commitments in Brazil….

  3. Donna says:

    I love what you are doing….I would consider going if it works out with my schedule.

  4. dina says:

    Hopefully I am able to go next yr. You know how much of a slave driver my boss is. I plan I on going for my passport in January.

  5. john says:

    randy is a great guy and he’s all heart, but he won’t make my hero list until he stops choking up on that hammer.

  6. Greg England says:

    We experienced that building houses in San Felipe, Mexico. Don’t remember how many times we went down there, but there is no way to describe it to someone who has not been there. We, too, built homes for people living around the dump, in cardboard boxes and the shells of old vans. Truly life-changing and addicting! The people are so profoundly grateful and going back each year and seeing the families from previous years was great.

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