Please pray for our second team of Summer missionaries as they begin ministering to the teams and the people here. Read a little about them below and pray at 9:38 for each one by name.
I grew up in Traverse City, Michigan and now live an hour south in McBain, MI. I teach fourth grade at a local Christian school, and I love reading, running, playing basketball, and being outside. I became involved with 61Isaiah Ministries when I moved to Gracias to teach at Abundant Life Christian School in 2012. After moving back to the States in 2015, I began serving as a summer missionary. It’s the highlight of my summer break!
Hi everyone ! my name is Kayli. I go to church at the Avenue. I went to Honduras this late spring break and met a ton of people that I have built amazing relationships with and I cannot wait to come back and serve and to build new relationships and work on the ones I’ve already started.
She is clothed in strength &Dignity and she laughs without fear of the Future. -Proverbs 31 :25 That’s my constant reminder of the promise of God in life.I was born in a christian family with a single mother and two older brothers .We went to church every sunday and I knew about jesus.When I was 5 my family stop going to church because we had a lot of problems .During my age of 5 to 11 ,I went through many problemas that were changing me completelly.In to a person full of fear and doing what that wrong thing in life. I was going to a christian school and I knew about jesus but never had a really good relationship with him.I knew my friends had a relationship with him and i wanted to had one too.I went to church and got to know more about his love .I was helping in church in everything ,and I was really in to church.But when the problems started i ran away of God.I accepted Christ in my life in one of Mr.shannons mission trip .We were coming from san isidro and in the car i accepted christ as my savior .My life is not easy but with the help of God its easier. All my life i wanted to be a missionary and when miss.kristi told me that there was an opportunity for me I knew that God was calling me.
My name is Lillie McDonald. I am 21 years old, and will be starting my junior year of college at Howard Payne University in the fall. I am double majoring in Practical Theology and Spanish. I want to go into ministry when I graduate, and this trip is going to also be an opportunity for me to see if I could possibly do tlthis long term. This will be my first time going to Honduras. I am very excited to go, but also nervous because it will be my first time traveling on my own, and living in a place like Honduras. I can’t wait to see how God is going to move through me during my time there.