June 12th was my Four Year Anniversary serving as a Missionary to Honduras. I thank God for every moment that He has kept me there. Right now I am visiting my family in North Carolina and raising support to go back and continue serving in Honduras. I would love to meet with anyone that would like to know more about what I do, life on the mission field, or any other questions, interest, concerns...
Please prayerfully consider partnering with us fianacially to help make it possible for me to continue to serve on the foreign mission field. I know God has Called me to be there, but raising support, I've never been any good at that.
Below is a quote I read about raising funds for missions:
"If we simply work at fund raising for mission trips like we would at any other job, we lose the privilege of learning to depend on God for our needs.
We also run the risk of failing to realize that He is ultimately responsible for the results of our fund raising.
So as we plan our fund raising efforts, I believe it is very important to be sure that we do everything to His glory remembering that He can and will supply, if we are doing what He wants us to do."
At this time I have commitments for approximately 1/3 of the minimum amount I am trying to raise. My main expenses have been rent, electricity, water, and I have been having Internet service. I try to keep food and all other expenses at around $5. per day (after rent and house expenses are paid, every $5. donated keeps me going another day).
Thank You and God Bless You!
(For the last year and a half I have lived in a small town where I could walk most anywhere I needed to go. A typical day for me was from two to six miles of walking to get to the people/places where I serve. When I go back, I want to be able to purchase a 200-250cc motorcycle so I'll be able get into areas that are much more isolated than where I have been able to get to before. $1,200. to $2,400. is the price range for a motorcycle that size.)