Feb/Mar Update

It’s beginning to feel a lot like summer!

       At least here in Honduras it is! This month is host to some of the hottest weeks of the year – and also the driest. Thankfully, we have been blessed with some scattered rain showers these past few weeks that help to cool things down.

      These past months we have been able to do some amazing projects through our hurricane relief program. We have continued cleaning out homes and adopting families – each family receives a kit with all of the basics needed to restart their lives(refrigerator, table, bed, stove, chairs, dishes, etc.).
      We were also able to do an exciting new relief project this month! Because of the hurricanes, the entire community of Buen Samaritano had lost their roofs. During this last month, thanks to donations and support, we were able to re-roof the ENTIRE community! After all 70 roofs were completed, the community held a worship service and dinner dedication for our team.

School is going great with the girls. They have been getting great grades and have been learning so much! This year in History Class we studied the Black Plague, which was super interesting, and brought about many interesting discussions, considering all that we have been living through with COVID.

      It has been wonderful being able to serve in the church again this year, as we have gotten all of our ministries going again since shutting down last year due to COVID.
     Aside from my regular translating and art ministry in the church, I have joined the Church’s team of teachers, and started teaching weekly discipleship classes. 2 years ago I was able to attend an academy to become certified in Inductive Bible Study and Expository Preaching, and have been able to use that knowledge to teach others through the discipleship program that teaches the Inductive Bible Study Method.

      This past month I began helping with a new English tutoring program in or Learning Center. We have scholarship students who were selected to be a part of a special English program through a local school and come each week to receive tutoring, and practice using the language skills they have been learning. I have enjoyed practicing with them and getting to know them through our weekly time together.

   Thank you for all of your prayers and support! Together we are able to share the love of Jesus in so many different ways and make a difference in the country of Honduras!
     If you have any questions on how you can get involved or support the ministry happening in Honduras, or would just like to connect, I would love to hear from you! You can send me an email at coreyann@eahonduras.org. 

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