Honduras Missions Trip 2014

Pictures!

The team pictures from New Life's Honduras 2014 missions trip are ready! The pictures are organized as below. Be sure to note that most of the categories of pictures include more than one page. (The pages after the first one can be accessed only by clicking on the right arrow to move to the next page.) -----Getting to Honduras: From our journe..

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Numbers

Many of you have asked regarding the "numbers" of our trip. As a team, we comprised 68 individuals ranging in age from 18 to 63 with an average age of 24. By God's grace during our week in Honduras we were able to serve the following numbers of people through various ministries: --Optometry: 923 --Dental: 941 --Medical: 2511 --Childr..

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We’re back!

By the grace of God, all 68 members of our medical missions team have departed Honduras and arrived back in the United States safe and sound. Just one member of our team needed to stay overnight in Miami due to a delayed connecting flight back to the Midwest. More information regarding our trip will be posted in the coming days and weeks. For no..

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Friday, August 22, 2014

Today was the last day of medical brigades as each team returned to the church that they had served the previous day. When I (Jenny Zhuang) woke up, I had mixed emotions of excitement and sadness. I was excited to see how God will be glorified and how He would use us to serve the Honduran people. At the same time, this was the last day we would be..

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Today marked the first day of the second brigade.  Many were brimming with energy and excitement for a day of serving after a day of rest.  As expected, each team set off to their respective church at which to set up camp.  It was a special time, as our destination was where we had joined with a local body for worship this past Sunday.  Thus, m..

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

After having to be awake and ready for morning devotionals at 5:45 AM for the past couple of mornings, the team was given a treat!—we didn’t have to be awake and ready until 7 AM (yay)! It was wonderful being able to sleep in an hour more. Today was a much needed and much appreciated break from the past few days spent at the brigades. We too..

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Praise the Lord, for He is good. The second day of serving at the medical brigades has probably been the most humbling experience of my (Theresa Ho's) life. I was assigned to concrete construction for the morning and evangelism for the afternoon. Concrete construction was incredibly humbling to be a part of. Five members of our team, along with ..

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Monday, August 18, 2014

Today was the first day of our medical brigade (yay!). Team B set out to serve Iglesia Camino al Cielo and my (Rachel Wong's) team, Team A, journeyed out to Iglesia de Cristo in rural Tegucigalpa. When we arrived at the brigade site, there was already a line of people waiting in anticipation for our arrival. We were later informed that some had ..

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Sunday, August 17

Today, we split into two teams to visit two different churches in Tegucigalpa. The first team, Team A, visited a church called Iglesia de Dios de la Profecia, and we on team B went to Iglesia Palabra Viva (Church of the Living Word), and we’re sharing our experiences here. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to speak on Team A’s experiences but w..

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

All 68 members arrived in Honduras safely today! No one was left behind, experienced any flight delays, or lost any checked-in baggage! Soon after landing, we went straight to the mission house known as Casa de Esperanza to unload our personal belongings and settle down. We had a orientation meeting and reviewed simple house rules to ensure our sa..

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