If you’ve been following me on Facebook, you know I just got back from an IMPACT Water trip to La Laguna de Guambuco, Honduras. It takes me a few days to catch my breath now that I’m old, but I wanted to let you know what we experienced.
Ten guys started my study on the Book of John. They really dug into what it means to have a relationship with Jesus. Men meeting Christ in the pages of scripture is the heart of IMPACT.
We built the entire gravity-fed water system. The American guys and the compañeros dug trenches, and the whole community now enjoys fresh, clean water right in their homes. I’m sending you this quick clip of Al Hassler sharing a little about what it’s like to dig a trench through the mountains of Honduras and why fathers are the reason we do it.
We played volleyball, held sack races, and visited in the compañeros’ homes. Nothing like this has ever happened in this village before. These people felt noticed, honored, and loved in a whole new way.
The kids in the village had a blast! Check out those pictures on Facebook or Instagram to see some great smiles.
Final Day in Las Vegas de Jalan! Thank you for going on this journey with us. Tonight, we celebrate because our motto really comes true at the end of our trip – we changed the life of a village and the heart of a man because God was with us.
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Day 4 in Las Vegas de Jalan! There’s a wonderful spirit here. We’ve visited in homes, and heard, “This is the greatest thing that’s ever happened in our lives.” We have one more day of clean water, incredible relationships, and watching God work. Thank you for being part of something so life-changing.
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Day 3 in Las Vegas de Jalan! Last night, over 300 people gathered in the village, sharing and telling stories. It’s been an amazing opportunity to bring clean water and watch the connection between men of different cultures. Thank you for helping make this mission possible.