Honduras

Honduras Trip: Winning Souls for Christ

Church Planting Outreach – International Mission Trip Honduras
International Mission Trip Honduras with James Young, Lito and Yolanda, Honduras

International Mission trip Honduras – Winning Souls for Christ – set the captives free from broken hearts, emotional pain, spiritual pain, physical sickness and disease through preaching God’s Word according to Luke 4:18, and ministering to those who are hurting in any way the enemy has inflicted pain.

It is my heart and calling to go to other countries preaching, ministering God’s love, deliverance and healing to those who are in captivity and church planting outreach.
International Mission Trip Honduras - Traci Morin sharing the gospel of Jesus christ

International Mission Trip Honduras

International Mission Trip Honduras: I’m Preaching and later minister and Pablo Interpreting in Honduras

International Mission Trip Honduras

International Mission Trip Honduras – Traci sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ at Lito’s church.

International Mission Trip Honduras: I’m still preaching on the parable of the 10 Virgins

International Mission Trip Honduras - Traci Morin Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people.

International Mission Trip Honduras – Traci Morin Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people.

International Mission Trip Honduras: Pablo Had a Hard Time With My Words

Winning Souls for christ in Honduras

Winning Souls for Christ in Honduras

International Mission Trip Honduras - Sharing the gospel at David's church

International Mission Trip Honduras – Sharing the gospel at David’s church

Pablo, Lito, David and James – David is the pastor of this church

International Mission Trip Honduras - Sharing the gospel at David's church

International Mission Trip Honduras – Sharing the gospel at David’s church – Winning Souls For Christ

International Mission Trip Honduras: Pablo, Me, Lito and David

International Mission Trip Honduras – Northwest Honduras
Winning Souls for Christ in Honduras

Winning Souls for Christ

James 2:1-7

International Mission Trip Honduras

1My brethren, have not the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with respect of persons.  For if there come unto your assembly a man with a gold ring, in goodly apparel, and there come in also a poor man in vile raiment;  3And ye have respect to him that weareth the gay clothing, and say unto him, Sit thou here in a good place; and say to the poor, Stand thou there, or sit here under my footstool:  4Are ye not then partial in yourselves, and are become judges of evil thoughts? 5Hearken, my beloved brethren, Hath not God chosen the poor of this world rich in faith, and heirs of the kingdom which he hath promised to them that love him? 6But ye have despised the poor. Do not rich men oppress you, and draw you before the judgment seats? 7Do not they blaspheme that worthy name by the which ye are called?

James Young shares vision of City of Refuge at Radio station and I Preach the Word of God in Quimistan, Honduras, Northwest Honduras

We head up the Road to leave the city and go to the TV Station Channel 3.

Winning Souls for Christ in Honduras

Winning Souls for Christ in Honduras

Winning Souls for Christ – International Mission Trip Honduras: This is in Quimistan.  Lito, James and myself appear on Jimmy’s TV show on Canal 3 (open link to see station advertising).

Then after the TV show, go to my hotel to get ready for that night to preach in San Jorge, Honduras.

We will leave about 6 pm for San Jorge where I will preach at 7 pm in what they call a “Culto Especial” or a special service.  They will be petitioning the Lord for the things they would like to see Him do in 2011, and thanking Him for past blessings.  I will be preaching.  James forgot to take pictures so I don’t have any pictures of this church except later I do.

 

In the evening I preach the Word of God and minister to the people  in Camalote at Pastor Lito’s church at 6:30 p.m.

International Mission Trip Honduras: I am preaching at Litos church and minister to the people.

I’m preaching and Pablo is interpreting for me.  I used a lot more scripture to get my point across.

Luke 6:20
And he lifted up his eyes on his disciples, and said, Blessed be ye poor: for yours is the kingdom of God.
James 2:5-6
5Hearken, my beloved brethren, Hath not God chosen the poor of this world rich in faith, and heirs of the kingdom which he hath promised to them that love him?  6But ye have despised the poor. Do not rich men oppress you, and draw you before the judgment seats?

Place of Stay: The Place I Stayed outside of Quimistan, Hotel Don Miguel.  You can see the telephone tower down the street and that is how close Quimistan was from me.  I arrived in Honduras, December 29 to view the projects, church, pastors so that I can bring a team back either in November or December.

This is Looking Out From My Balcony
Another Picture Looking Out From My Balcony
The Name of My Hotel – Don Miguel
This is from my hotel balcony and they fry the bananas green for lunch and breakfast
Sun Going Down
This is a Taxi which is a 3 wheeler
I Took A Taxi In on Sunday into Quimistan about a Mile From My Hotel
This is also looking at a Government Building Off of Plaza
Lady holding her baby
January 1, 2011 – This is a stage in the Plaza of Quimistan – This was on Sunday I went into Town – This is where James and I went to Witness Souls on Monday and two got saved in 15 minutes and then prayed for a man who was needing knee surgery and God healed his knee right on the spot.I flew into San Pedro Sula and my Hotel outside Quimistan and I spent a lot of time in Camalote where City of Refuge church is and also where Lito and Yolanda live.  An awesome church where the spirit of the Lord is moving.

Central America

International Mission Trip Honduras - Sharing the gospel

International Mission Trip Honduras – Sharing the gospel

a video on Youtube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2r_7EB9Dl4

Agenda:  Wed. Dec. 29 – We will attend a combination Baptism and Wedding in 24 de Abril in the afternoon and evening, but we may or may not go to Quimistan first, and get you settled into the Hotel.  I hope to give a short presentation of the Vision before the wedding starts, if possible, but other than that we will just be observing the wedding and taking part in the fiesta afterwards.

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.

International Mission Trip Honduras – Riding with Lito in Honduras.

This is Lito the Pastor of the City of Refuge in Compolete.  He is an awesome man of God that has a lot of faith.  James Young lives with Lito and Yolanda who is his wife.

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.

International Mission Trip Honduras – Riding with Lito in Honduras.

This is Welder behind the Truth of Lito – He is one of the grandsons of his daughter of Carolina.

This is the village of Compolete

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.
This is going further down the street of Camelote

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.

This is still on my way to the house of Lito and Yolanda in Camalote

Houses in Camalote

Children resting

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.

Some people do not have showers and shower outside

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.

This is still going down the street to Lita and Yolanda.  you can see the Cocanut Trees.  It is very subtropical here.

This is at Lito and Yolanda’s House.  You can see how close the Neighbors are to each other.  Each house has chickens and Roosters.

International Mission Trip Honduras - Riding with Lito in Honduras.
This is Lito sitting in his chair.  You can see the door to outside.

This is another grandson outside.  They do laundry to the right and cook on the left.  You can see how close the neighbor lives from them.  All the houses have tin for ceilings.  That is the most expensive part of a house.

This is one of the church members who come to help out with laundry or cooking.

This is Welder being silly with the Pepsi bottle.
He is all boy and he was making faces at me and I was trying to get that face but kept missing it.

This is looking out their gate.  Two houses you are looking at and one you cannot see is further up the road.

This is looking down to further down the road at other neighbor’s houses.

You see the eating area and two bedrooms from the sheets as doors.  They have another.  The one closest is Lito and Yolanda’s room, the other is the daughter’s room and then there is another for the missionary James and …

The girls are doing laundry outside

Many of the church members help out.  To the left is the bathroom and shower outside the house.

They are preparing the New Years Eve fiesta and prayer vidual on December 31.  That is a banana leave they are pressing to prepare for food inside rolled up.

Video – Their outside oven

Chicken is one of  their staple food.  Everyone has chicken in their back yard

More of the back

Everyone has chickens and roosters

I did not have my camera with me.  It was in the Truck.

The Wedding took place at this Church  in the Town 24 de Abril – Baptism and Wedding – The Wedding was at night and was decorated inside with draps.

This is where the wedding and baptismal took place but it was at night.

December 30, 2010 – back to Airport to pick up my clothes.  One of my luggage did not make it and had to borrow a shirt to sleep in from Yolanda.  She gave me a shirt that said City of Refuge.  Ciudade de Refugio.

Thur. Dec. 30 – In the daytime we will be touring some of the projects and churches in progress, especially the area in Camalote where the Vision takes place, and you will meet some of the pastors.
About 4pm we will be leaving for La Flecha, one of our larger churches, where I will have a leaders meeting at 5pm and preach at 6pm a short message about the vision.  You will have a time after my presentation to preach your message.
The scenary of Honduras on my way to San Pedro Sulu
More scenary of Honduras on my way to San Pedro Sulu to pick up my suitcase with my clothes

More scenary

More scenary

A small town coming up

In another small village.  The most popular car are trucks

People in the streets

Cows roam freely

The hills growing corn and other types of food.

A form of transportation.  Here you see Tigo which is a very important phone service or the biggest one around.

Leaving San Pedro Sula and paying Toll Road and while you wait, you will have many people selling food and goods.

Passing through a town.
About 4pm we will be leaving for La Flecha, one of our larger churches, where I will have a leaders meeting at 5pm and preach at 6pm a short message about the vision.
Pastor David’s church – he is a big evangelist and also church planter and has 5 new churches and one home church.

Pastor David Preaching

The Worship Team

James Young Sharing The Vision of City of Refuge with Pablo Interpreting

Mission Projects:

Church Planting Project Develoment – 15 churches planted but many are not done
Christian Center Complex and Bible College
Ministry Leadership Training Center / Tabernacle Revival Center Bible College
City of Refuge Economic Develoment

Fri. Dec. 31 – This a great day of thanksgiving, because I believe this is the day the money will come in as prophesied. In the daytime we will tour some of the other projects and churches in progress and you can meet some of the other pastors. In the evening about 7pm there is a wedding for 7 couples in El Ocotal with a fiesta afterward.
Later in the night, from about 10pm until 2 or 3 in the morning we will return to Camalote for a “Vigilia” (Vigil). Vigilias are special. The Lord really moves after about 11 or 12 pm.

Weddings in Honduras

Now after Wedding go eat at Yolanda and Lito’s house for lunch and then get ready for Wedding that night and Fiesta Prayer Vidual and Cookout.

In the evening about 7 pm there is a wedding for 7 couples in El Ocotal with a fiesta afterward.

Later in the night, from about 10pm until 2 or 3 in the morning we will return to Camalote for a “Vigilia” (Vigil).  Vigilias are special.  The Lord really moves after about 11 or 12 pm.
This is a nice church.  The husband, wife and daughter preach

A very pretty Church

Very decorated for wedding

She is teaching on Marriage

7 Men waiting on their Brides.  All these couples have been living together and never married.  The age range is approximately 20’s to 50’s.

He sang

The pastor

Then we leave back to City of Refuge to Eat, teachings and Prayer

The Children wanted their pictures taken.

Pictures taken with their friends.  They live in Campalote

Then there was a sermon, then you wrote down what you would like to see happen in 2011 and go outside where they have a fire and burn your prayers so that it goes up like smoke.  They sang and then the spirit of the Lord moved and you saw people being touched by the Lord and then we all hugged each other and wished each other a Happy New Year (Feles Anos Nuevo and also  blessing each other Dios le Bengavia

Sat. Jan. 1 – We go to La Fletch and visit David and take a care to the sugar cane fields and visit the 4 villages in the area.  Later, we go to TV station Channel 3 and we get hosted.  Lito and James share vision and I preach and the message goes all over the world but especially to all the Latin America.  We were suppose to visit the Christian Radio Station in Quimistan but only so much you can do in a day.  Then that night go to another town where I will preach again in a church.

Sugar Cne field.

Sugar Cane Field – 100 miles long.  The owner owns Continental Banks

More sugar Cane

We had to cross the river by foot to get to this town

James on the bridge.

James and David in Front of Me

A village girl and her dog.

I’m standing in the church with no walls and looking at a turkey

This is one of the houses that probably have several families living in it.  They all work the sugar cane plantation

A worker in the Sugar Cane Fields

The church for this town.

Then we go to another town and standing under another church

Video – she shares her testimony and sings to us

This girl walks by and is singing to the Lord.  Precious girl.  She loves the Lord and shares her story and testimony in what Jesus did for her and kisses all of us and holds my hand sharing Christ.

A picture of Lito’s leadership, Lito, James, the girl and her father

We head to another town with another Church that David is building

The village

The church.  This town has a lot of teenagers who have been helping to build and are on fire for the Lord.

The countryside.

Inside the church.  The back wall is done.

The sides are not done or the back.

We leave to head back and go through another town where there is a home group.  They start with home group, then structure to a church.

Then we head to San Marco Town to visit a church and pastor.

Church in San Marco

Pastor, James and Lito

A hog outside the church.

Pastor Walking Back to House
Workers with Ox

We head up the Road to leave the city and go to the TV Station Channel 3.

This is in Quimistan.  Lito, James and myself appear on Jimmy’s TV show on Canal 3 (open link to see station advertising).

Then after the TV show, go to my hotel to get ready for that night to preach in San Jorge

We will leave about 6pm for San Jorge where I will preach at 7pm in what they call a “Culto Especial” or a special service.  They will be petitioning the Lord for the things they would like to see Him do in 2011, and thanking Him for past blessings. I will be preaching.  James forgot to take pictures so I don’t have any pictures of this church except later I do.

I think it was Sunday I go to Quimistan by Taxi and shop for coffee and spices.  I meet up later with James.  He had a business meeting that morning close to San Pedro Sula in a town called San Jorge

In the evening you will be preaching in Camalote at Pastor Lito’s church at 6:30 pm.

I am preaching at Litos church

I’m preaching and Pablo is interpreting for me.  I used a lot more scripture to get my point across.

This was the original schedule.  Things changed. Mon. Jan. 3 – This is going to be a busy but good day. We will leave early for the mountain village of Atima which is in the mountains above Santa Barbara.  It takes about three hours to get there, and involves some pretty rough mountain driving on dirt roads.  We will minister in Atima and meet the pastora and see the church.
 About 1pm we will leave Atima for another mountain village called Santa Cruz Nispero.  It will take us about two hours to get there. We will have a meeting with the church there, and I will share the vision, and we will pray for the people.
 About 5 pm we will leave to return to Camalote.  It takes about two hours, so it will be a long day, but I know you will be blessed.  You might want to bring along a bag of candy or two to share with the mountain children.  The mountain people are precious.
I ate breakfast at Pastor Lito’s house.  Then we went to visit the other churches in San Jorge and other towns.

View from the field.

This is a church I preached at.

Front

Side with the river next to it.

This is around the church

This is Lito on the phone.  He lives on the phone.  He is calling the pastor to see if he is around.

There is an old lady who lives behind the church. She has a small bedroom.  She takes care of the bathrooms when services are going on.

This is an old lady doing her laundry

This is where she lives.  Not much.

Beautiful flowers

Looking at the neighborhood

The neighborhood

Another Church – the first wedding I went to

Inside the church.  The pastor is there.  The anointing was very strong when I was there the night of the wedding.

Another Church

Inside the Church

Flower

The Neighborhood

The Neighborhood

Church

One more church further down and then went to fruit stand to buy fruit and then to Lito’s house to have lunch and then we left for Quimistan to the internet bar and he met with architect on the plans for the tabernacle.

 and then we went into Quimistan and went witnessing.  Two people got saved in 15 minutes and then a person’s knee was healed.  You could feel the heat and things moving around in the knee.  God is so good.  This man could hardly walk and was going to have to have knee surgery but God healed him.  He gets all the credit.

That night Lito and Yolanda and has surprise party for me and James and Michael.  They fed us, their leadership was there, they blessed me with blessings, read the word to me and prayed for me.  Prayed a good trip for me.

Dios le bendiga (God Bless You)

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