The 2012 summer interns pray together as we process and wrap up the summer today (Taken with Instagram)
Twelve years ago, Rebekah started on a journey that gave Honduras a big piece of her heart. Since 2007, I’ve been blessed to experience it for myself. Answering God’s call, we’ve sought to share the Gospel by partnering with Mission Lazarus. Year after year, our love for the ministry has grown, along with our love for our brothers and sisters in Honduras.
Sadly, this part of our journey has come to an end.
There have been some differences of opinion over the past year between us and the administration of Mission Lazarus that, despite our greatest efforts, have required us to part ways.
Our hearts are broken as we leave this place that we’ve learned to call home and say goodbye to a dream that we have been nurturing for years. However, we are confident that God will bless this transition as we seek to follow His will and path into a new season of life.
We can’t thank you enough for the love, support and encouragement that you’ve shown us. The deep relationships we have fostered with the people of Honduras would not have been possible without the support of our family, friends and Christians across the world. We’ve received God’s love, grace and kindness through those we served on a daily basis, and we can’t begin to thank Him for everything we’ve learned through our time here.
We’d like to ask you to pray for the church in Honduras and for Mission Lazarus. And as we all seek to glorify God through our actions, thoughts and words, I pray that His glory will be made known among all the nations.
Seth & Rebekah
Lunch date with @sethdaggett (Taken with Instagram)
Pool day with Mal and Mer in Choluteca. (Taken with Instagram)
Italian treats and sweet notes from friends…don’t fret I pulled over to cry :) Gracias again, @alextcone @kristacone @briandmcnabb @emmyloumcnabb @shaneaster (Taken with Instagram)
Mail call! So thankful for good friends like @alextcone and @kristacone (Taken with Instagram)
Thanks to these meds and the @crosspoint_tv Medical brigade, I survived my first kidney stone. (Taken with Instagram)
Happy 4th from Honduras! (Taken with Instagram)
Visiting the church in Marcovia with Las Casas and Kingwood. Packed house.
Muchas Gracias to Dr. Teresa and Jana from College Hills medical brigade who came and did dental cleaning and fluoride treatments at the Refuge today! (Taken with Instagram)