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Author Archives: sarah

Joy and Victory over the Death of Discouragement

Dear Friends and Neighbors Here are some thoughts that I jotted down on paper during my trip to Honduras a little over a week ago. I hope God will use them to speak to you and you will find encouragement in them. JOY AND VICTORY OVER THE DEATH OF DISCOURAGEMENT April 20 2017 My mind … Continue reading »

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Five Year Residents

Dear Friends and Neighbors, April 7 2017 Greetings from the capital city of Nicaragua. Finally, six months after our trip to Managua was postponed in November, on Monday we made the trip to renew our residencies. We kids caught an old school bus (public transportation) and bumped across the country on mostly dirt roads for … Continue reading »

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Update From Eli

Dear friends, brothers and sisters, Greetings to y’all in the Name of Jesus Christ. I will again try and write a little update about our journey through this place called earth. I know God has ordained a specific path for each and every human being in this life, and we all have our own stories … Continue reading »

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Rouel

“If you are a man come and fight him! Fight! Fight! Fight!” bystanders urged on the little boys, hoping to see something interesting for the day. A small disagreement between two young boys, Sinclair and Rouel, spurred on by aunts and uncles, looked like it might be an all-out fight. Chris happened by just in … Continue reading »

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