We have been home a VERY LONG TIME. It is Saturday morning and there is not a full load of laundry to be done.
If necessity is the mother of invention, then I propose that isolation is the mother of cloning, recipes, that is. These are sausage, jalapeno, cheese kolaches. It's a West, TX thing y'all.
On Tuesday and Thursday afternoons we deliver the food that you have so generously bought. Pray for that time. Pray for the families. Join with us in praying that the food will be multiplied, that families would have enough to share. Pray that people will know the hope of a Savior. Pray for us as we feel the weight of deciding who gets the food. Yes, we have a list of the dire needs that we know of, but there are always more that come. Some of the situations: no work, a father has left, mental illness, physical illness, depression, spousal abuse, child abuse. Some of the praises: One family that was feeling that God had completely left the world has hope and has enough to eat, 2 young boys that have no school have some work, family members asking for schoolwork for their children, one woman and son are helping a neighbor that had her house collapse, seeing an extended family come together to share the load and the love. Thank you for joining with us. It couldn't be done without you. ... See more
Mrs. Rogers, Bubs and Bubs in a tree, lifting, hunger pains, Cindy and friends
Hello, Hope Farm followers. We are thankful for your continued prayer and support. As we enter our 5th week of being in our homes here in Honduras, only able to venture out for necessities 1 day of the week (determined by your ID number), we are grateful for the generous support that you have offered during this time. This nationwide toque de queda/partial lockdown (curfew, only necessary business open - grocery, banks, gas stations) means that most people can not work, can not travel to other cities or places to work, do not have transportation, have no way to pay their rent, and on and on. Many may not know, but with extra donations, during this time we have been able to feed 40-50 families in our village a week for the past 3 weeks. Would you consider giving so that we can continue to help these families with their daily provisions? For $800 a week we can help feed 40-50 families, depending on their size. If you would be willing to help, please message and we can direct you in the fastest way to get funds to us, through paypal. Our desire is to be able to continue to help families with food on the table until this crisis is over, the country opens back up, and people are able to return to work. These are our neighbors. These are the people that help us put out fires, the kids we tutor, the men and women running our pulperias, the neighbors playing soccer and baseball and ultimate frisbee, the families that we hug and cry with at deaths and burials, the friend on the bus, the kiddos waving and yelling from the back of a truck. Won't you help us help them? If you would like to receive our email updates on this matter (contain more information- what foods we are giving, etc) please just message. Thank you. ... See more
New mothers around here know their rights, and mothers of twins get a double portion. While the rest of the flock goes out to pasture, the new mothers stay behind for treats. These twins must have been born last night. ... See more
Today- diagramming Spanish sentences, math drill, the Great Barrier Reef, Biology on Hangouts, brothers raking, brothers watering, Carlitos dancing to movie soundtracks, kids learning about listening prayer, sisters on video calls, chili cooking, food needed, smokey laundry, I put on jewelry ... See more
This was here at Hope Farm.
Vecinos controlan un incendio forestal registrado en la aldea Villa Alicia de #Siguatepeque #HCHNoticias
Thankful that we are ok.
He is Risen! We were so happy to connect with Valley Church for online church this morning. And then this.......... We are grateful for the hard work of every Hope Farmer, our neighbors, and the military. A neighbor's coffee farm was burned, a neighbor's house was damaged, a portion of our land with mahoganies was burned, and it came pretty close to our home. The whole area is still smoldering. Thankful that we have a pond, a pool, and a well. Pray for rain. Tonight. Pray for everyone to be well and to be able to sleep. Pray for our children to not have fear or nightmares. Pray for the wind to blow the smoke away from people's homes. ... See more
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