This Sunday during worship I’ll be reporting on my trip to Honduras. I can’t wait to tell my Childress family the stories behind the pictures. I’ve posted all my Honduras pictures here. If you look at them, make sure you turn down the volume on your computer so you don’t have to listen to the ads. Those annoying little things weren’t there when I started putting pictures there a few years ago.
In the meantime, before I move on, here are a few more pictures of random things …
A few of the kids from the Casa de Esperanza. These are the kids that have been taken off the street and out of abusive homes, and placed into the children’s home. Beautiful aren’t they?
At the feeding center a handful of boys waved me around to the back and placed me at the goalkeeper/goalie position. I think, because I was a “big guy,” they wanted to see if they could kick a goal past me.
Overlooking Tegucigalpa. The city needs workers. I’ve been praying Luke 10:2 for Tegucigalpa all week.
The stone Jesus that overlooks the city of Tegucigalpa. As big and beautiful as the statue was, I couldn’t help but think, “I’m glad my Jesus isn’t a statue, because my Jesus’s ears aren’t deaf to our prayers, he isn’t blind to our needs, he doesn’t have feet and hands that do not work and his heart is not hard.”
We tried to sign up to join the mariachi band. They said we had no rhythm.