Calendario de actividades

There are seven days until departure. I have been excited about this for more than 8 months. When I got the list of activities for the trip, excitement only heightened. Now that I am seven days away, I am having trouble concentrating on anything.

We were recently given daily options to schedule our activities. I felt like an 8 year old at the Cici's Pizza buffet. The activities are so exciting that I had trouble choosing my personal schedule. I am going to be really busy.

Saturday- Arrival, Sorting donated items for distribution
Sunday- Devotion with Casa de Eperanza
Monday- Build Hospital Escuela Playground
Tuesday- Build Hospital Escuela Playground
Wednesday- Nurses training session; VBS at Hospital Escuela
Thursday- Clinic at Onjojo; Late Night Hospital Blanket Ministry
Friday- Work at the City Dump (Food and Medical Ministry)
Saturday- Build a house
Sunday- Travel day

Though I am very sure of what I want to do, we have been told that everything is always up in the air. Each day, we pick the activity we want to be immersed in for the day. All I know is that I am going to have the time of my life. God willing, this is only the beginning for me.

"Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others."- Philippians 2:4


Hope for Honduras: Cuenta atrás

Welcome Hep Blog new comers. Welcome back regular Hep Blog followers. It has been awhile since I last posted and things have changed quite a bit. The way I will blog for my Honduras trip has also changed, so I thought I would use this first post to fill everyone in on what to expect.

I intend to post every other day. After the 20th, I will increase frequency as I can. I intend to post daily by departure time (25th). New items will be post by midnight.

Connectivity is not great in Honduras. Uploading images can take up a great deal of bandwidth. As a result, my blog will not have images initially. However, I plan to add them upon return to the States. I will try to make my descriptions as vivid as possible to keep your interest.

I am excited about this opportunity and I would love for everyone to be able to share in my experience. Fell free to comment on my posts. I don't know that I can respond, but I encourage you to say anything that is on your heart as you read.

Thank you to everyone for your love and support. God Bless.

"Howbeit Jesus suffered him not, but saith unto him, Go home to thy friends, and tell them how great things the Lord hath done for thee, and hath had compassion on thee."
-Mark 5:19