Along with vitamins, toys, and clothes that our International Team has routinely taken to Honduras, this year a case of sunglasses found its way into our cargo.
They may start with manure and straw and end with a coffee can, but the EcoStove is improving the lives of families one stove at a time.
After many years of us traveling to her home in Southern Honduras, we were graced by Carolina’s visit to our home in late May 2015.
Folks in Honduras now can see to read after our recent visit to the villages surrounding Choluteca, Honduras.
Whenever we travel to Honduras, Carolina always makes sure we have plenty of time to visit families.
… just isn’t very much fun. And who doesn’t love a good soccer game?
In the beginning of our EcoStove Project, folks on those early missions talked about the design, construction, and operation of the stoves. So, I gave a talk one day about us “building stoves in Honduras.”
Much has been written about the overwhelming poverty and great need of the families in Honduras.
As part of International Service, our team spent 7 days in Choluteca, Honduras where we oversaw construction of our EcoStove Project, set up and operated a dental clinic, and distributed supplies to area families.