A major road in the Garifuna village of San Juan. Shepherd's Heart has begun organizing a mission trip to Honduras June 1-8, 2019. We will be working with the Garifuna people who live in the small villages of San Juan and Nuevo San Juan. As we serve alongside local pastors and believers in Christ our mission will be two-fold: Encourage and disciple the local church and help to complete work projects in the church and feeding programs with which we partner.
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It is often that in time of crisis or hardship that we begin to notice God providing our every need around us. We notice his perfect plan for us, every detail we frequently forget. The Lord put into work great things as a reminder of his love for us. Hope House is in an exciting place and we are blessed to share a little about all that God is doing in and around Hope House. Hope House Administrator, Ismael and volunteer install new emergency flood lights. Three weeks since th
Genesis made fast friends with KeKe and orphaned boy who lives in San Juan and eats 2 meals a day at the God Will Provide Feeding Program. As we make plans for the June 2019 mission trip to Honduras, my thoughts return to the first team I lead there. Fifteen of us traveled to the Garifuna village of San Juan and worked alongside the local Christians in their community. We brought the message that God cares for them. Our goals were simple: bless the church, train the leadershi
What began as a couple of heavy thuds quickly mounted to the sound of a hundred horses galloping overhead, as ice paraded down on the town of Ixtlahuacán late last Friday night. “I’ve never seen anything like this in my thirty years here,” one resident said. It was as if golf balls were raining down from heaven as car windows splintered open and fans at a local festival, dancing to the final band of the night, ran for cover. Some say it was St. James, the patron saint of the