Lessons after the Storm

Lessons after the Storm

From early on after our family’s arrival in Honduras at the end of 2004, a frequent topic of conversation as we got to know people was “el Mitch,” in reference to Hurricane Mitch that devastated Honduras in 1998. As we listened to the personal testimonies, we began to...
Blending Civic Duty and Christian Duty

Blending Civic Duty and Christian Duty

I vote in a country I don’t live in and I live in a country where I can’t vote. No matter who ascends to government power in the United States or in Honduras, my desire is to fulfill my Christian duty of advancing the gospel message in accordance with the will of my...
We Fight Together, Not Against Each Other

We Fight Together, Not Against Each Other

  My maternal grandfather was one of many who formed what has been called “The Greatest Generation.” A better-than-average athlete, with a particular love for baseball, he was one of the thousands of young boys who left the comforts of home and shipped out for...
Fearless in a Fearful World

Fearless in a Fearful World

  One of the hardest things I have faced in our 15 plus years living in Central America occurred at the end of 2017 during disputed presidential elections here in Honduras. In 2017, I was in a dark place. I first realized that the political unrest surrounding the...