Gateway Community Christian Church - August 2016 | Hungry For Life

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A team of 8 from Gateway Community Christian Church in Mountain View, Wyoming is traveling to Rio Blanco, Honduras to continue their work of building relationships, community development, and supporting the local church's work. This is Gateway's second trip to this community. 

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Sunday, August 14th, 2016

Tearful Goodbyes

So we are on our last night of our mission.  It has been a very enlightening time.  I had some expectations form our members who had already been here once but I was not prepared for some of what was encountered.

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Sunday, August 7th, 2016

Sisters in Christ

It is hard to explain the jumble of emotions that assault you daily here in Honduras.

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Saturday, August 6th, 2016

New Experiences and Relaxation

Today we took a break from the children’s center to go to the beach. A much needed break after spending an average of 12 hours a day at the children’s center. The first thing that we did today was load up onto the bus and drive for about 40 minuets to a Spanish fort on the coast.

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Friday, August 5th, 2016

Hellos and Goodbyes

Today was the last day with the Gracepoint kids.  We started the day with our breakfast, little quesadillas with fruit. It was, as usual, great. Our driver Walter, picked us up at the hostel and away we went.

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Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Reopening my eyes

For the second time in as many years, I find myself here in a place completely different than the place that I call home. Just like last time, I’ve been blown away by how much we have compared to these people.

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Wednesday, August 3rd, 2016

Life changing relationships

 I can’t believe it has been two years since our group was last here! It seems like just yesterday I was walking into the Children’s center for the first time, being greeted by all of the children’s loving embraces.

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Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Through my eyes

This as we got ready for our second day here in Honduras and the first day of work and ministry, many thoughts were racing through my head.  As I was overthinking everything that was about to take place throughout the day, like, “how are going to connect with people with the language barrier?”   

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