This has been one of the busiest months of the year. We began the water project at El Arca property at the beginning of March. One of the first things we started was the installation of the electrical posts to carry the energy to the well site. This is where the pump and electrical distribution panel will be located. We also started digging the ground to install the water distribution pipes on the entire property (33 acres). This will take a long time, but we believe that it will be done by the end of April.
Our three zones are very active. The Southern zone (Choluteca) had their Women’s Conference, which was attended by over 100 participants. I took a trip there, and the government is building the new international road. What used to take me two hours, now takes five.
At this time, the North zone is planning a youth conference and working to expand the work with children.
In the Danli zone, we started English classes for our youth group at the San Cristóbal Church. We also opened the doors of our Church to teaching literacy to many adults from the community. These are people that cannot write or read but now because of our ministry have the opportunity to learn. The teachers are high school seniors. It is very exciting to see all the new ministries that we have.
I spent a good part of March in New England participating in many activities of Mission Honduras. Thank you so much for being an investor in the Lord's Kingdom in Honduras.
1. Thankful for all of the funds received for the water system.
2. For my visit to New England.
3. For the growth in our ministry.
1. For funds for 3 pastoral scholarships ($60 per month).
2. Funds for El Arca Dormitories
3. For missionary Hector Newman’s living expenses (short $750 each month)
Dr. Hector Newman