The Mission Committee welcomed 15 participants on a prayer walk for local missions on Wednesday, November 7. After meeting in the church parking lot and carpooling to Delaware, they had the opportunity to see some of Liberty’s local mission partners, hear from their leaders, and offer prayers for their work.
Friends: Thursday, we partnered with a church in the town of San Isidro to offer a clinic to the community. Normally, this community is well cared for by a government-run health center, but with the retirement of its director and chief nurse in January, the clinic has closed because the agency responsible for appointing a […]
Friends: Wednesday, we returned to our partner community, El Olvido, to provide a clinic for the residents there. We were joined by Doña Gloria, a retired nurse from a nearby community. It was a great time to connect with our friends within the community, and it also gave us a chance to get to know […]
Friends: On Tuesday we spent the day in a remote coffee-growing community called Lomas del Águila. In addition to seeing more than 130 residents, we also were able to train the local health committee in suturing wounds. The committee practiced by suturing the peel back on a banana. The banana is expected to make a […]
Friends: Today we spent the day reconnecting with our partner community, El Olvido. We went to the home of Marcelina, a local matriarch, and met her 5-day-old great-granddaughter. Baby and mother are both doing well. Later, we went to the home of Jenny and her family. We spent time enjoying her beautiful garden as she […]
Friends: All 16 team members, and more than a half-ton of supplies, made it to Honduras in one piece today. After wading through passport control and collecting our bags, our team enjoyed a lunch at local favorite Power Chicken. We then continued on to our home base in Santa Elena, near the city of Santa […]