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The team has finally been able to go on the boat circuit!

The team has finally been able to go on the boat circuit!

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Karly Anderson submitting report
La Mosquitia

The team has finally been able to go on the boat circuit. Everyone is super excited. We spent the weekend practicing our presentation, so that it is up to par for the children. 
Monday arrived and we loaded up on the boat around noon. We rode the boat for about half an hour. When we got to the village, the team went out to help gather the children. Once the children were seated, the team did their presentation. And they rocked it. It was the best performance I had seen them do. The team go into the songs and the drama. There was a little hiccup. We had forgotten the puppets at the base in La Mosquitia. The team was amazing and adapted to not having the puppets. We had two people volunteer to join our dancers, and the six teens just did the puppets dance. The Honduran children loved watching the dancers. 
After the presentation, the team had a chance to play duck, duck, goose with the young children. The young children were a little bit intimidated by our team, but soon warmed up to them when the big kids joined the game. The Honduran children and our team had so much fun playing together. There was a lot of laughter from both groups. 
Tuesday rolled around and it rained for the majority of the day. The team was still able to go on the boat even with it raining. Even though the team was soaked to the bone, they still enjoyed interacting with the Honduran children. Our clothes may be damp, but our spirits never will be! The team was able to hand out wordless bracelets to the children. The children loved to show them off to everyone and point at the different colors. 
On Wednesday’s circuit, we had some sunny weather. We had pulled out some balloons to make balloon swords. The Honduran children loved the to have sword fights with our team. We have a girl on our team who could make balloon flowers and made them for some of the Honduran girls. The girls loved to show them off. 
Overall, the team has many stories from the boat circuit and love evangelizing to the Honduran children.  
Web testimonies
Levi Trelka
We have been praying a lot. And God has shown the team what not only the power of prayer is, but that he is listening. So God has taught me to pray when in doubt. 
Faye Kelley
I’ve been doing balloon animals for three years. I’ve never seen a kids face light up like the Honduran kids did. It’s incredible to think that a balloon shaped flower can mean so much to a kid who has never seen one before. 

Hello Parents from soggy Boot Camp!

The team is doing well and everyone is in good health. They are united and work very well together. They are hard workers and so helpful when asked to do a task.

Hello Parents

We have been blessed with five wonderful days of no rain. We are completely dried out. The team is doing great.They have became a like a family in the first week and work well together. Four more days and a wake up until we head out.

Well, this is our last team report from Boot Camp.

The next one will be from Honduras. These past two weeks have been wonderful, hot, hard at times, but I personally would not trade them for anything. It has been a blessing to watch these 24 kids come together within a couple of days & become a family.

The teen Honduras team arrived!

The Honduras Teen Team has arrived safely with their luggage.

Teen Missions Base in Santa Cruz Honduras

We landed safely in Honduras and arrived safely at the Santa Cruz base. We are staying here through today and departing early on the morning of June 29 for the base in La Moskitia. All team members are in good health and high spirits, we are thankful to the Lord for our safety and look forward to what He has in store for us these next few days and the rest of the summer.

We have arrived safely in La Mosquitia and settled in.

We have arrived safely in La Mosquitia and settled in. Two bags were lost, but have both been recovered. Team members are all doing well in adapting to both climate and culture. Many of them are making friends with the base’s BMW students; teaching them English and learning Spanish themselves. The Lord has blessed this team with great unity and high spirits over our many days of travel.

Honduras Boat Team

The Honduras team has been prospering greatly in that which we have been doing. All the team members have been growing both as a team and individually in their walk with Christ.

Honduras Boat Report

The team starts their day bright and early at five am with the sun already peaking over the horizon. Then they get to engage in Bible study while watching the sun rise coming over the river. The beauty of this is that as they learn about God, they see first hand His beautiful creation.

Spirits are high as the team prepares to finally embark on their first boat evangelism trip!

Spirits are high as the team prepares to finally embark on their first boat evangelism trip! They have spent a lot of time practicing and preparing, but the time is finally here! Our leadership has been plagued with the question: “When can we go on the boat?” It is so relieving to finally have an answer.

Greeting from Santa Cruz!

On Monday the 19th we successfully and painlessly, save a few tears leaving our new friends, relocated from the Teen Missions base in La Mosquitia to the base in Santa Cruz.

Hello from Santa Cruz!

We have successfully switched from evangelizing on the boat circuit to planting pineapples here in Honduras.