I’ve been thinking a lot lately about foundations. Probably because we’re starting an exciting new phase of the ministry here in Roatan – building a permanent school building. Foundations. Do we use wood posts or concrete posts? Wood is much less expensive. … Continue reading
This quarter we challenged the afternoon students to reach certain academic goals in order to achieve honor roll. They had to complete a prescribed amount of work with a 90% average. We told them the reward would be big – … Continue reading
May Those Who Come Behind Us, Find Us Faithful My parents were an incredible pair of individuals. My mom still is. More on that in a minute. My dad was the most intelligent, well-read, versatile individual I’ve ever met. Yet, … Continue reading
Wow, I can’t believe how long it’s been since I’ve blogged. I guess that’s a testament to my busy life. Anyhow, I want to share with you a very special day (that really was a three-day celebration). Birthdays are a big … Continue reading
By Sarah Hunnicutt This is the third time I’ve written this. I wanted so badly to capture the experience for each of you to read about; to speak of the effects just one week of service had on the entire … Continue reading
My friend (and editor of my newsletter), Julie Medina wrote this for the April newsletter and I thought I’d share it with you. Our trip to Roatan was filled with defining moments and one was to see the warmth of … Continue reading
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When I was home in April, a very wise man asked me how I was doing? My response, “I’m very busy.” He replied, “I know that, how are you doing?” Thanks, God, for the reminder that we are human beings and … Continue reading