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As of 2000, there were an estimated
18,000 Deaf people

in Honduras.

April 22, 2019

"So, what does a missionary do every day?" A valid question. We know a missionary's basic job is to tell people about Jesus and disciple them (Matt 28:19-20), but what does that look like on Monday? Thursday? or even Sunday? Do missionaries work normal hours? 

If y...

October 24, 2018

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This has been an exciting few weeks!  You may remember that the Medical Missions Outreach team came and set up a clinic in August. (Picture: most of the MMO team, plus several of our church volunteers who helped out, this past August. Check ou...

July 14, 2018

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   It has been a joy to disciple several women here at Iglesia Bautista el Faro (Beacon Baptist Church) in El Progreso, Honduras. Two women are currently working through an official discipleship manual with me, and others simply ask for tips on...

April 23, 2018

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These past 7 weeks I have begun equipping myself and others to slowly and carefully lay the groundwork for a future Deaf ministry, here, at Iglesia Bautista el Faro (Lighthouse Baptist Church). To start with, I must learn the local sign language. (...

February 1, 2018

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Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and... ...is it almost Valentine's Day already?? 

This past December was the first Christmas I spent in Honduras. Several ladies from church let me come and learn about the Tamale-making process (picture on left). I...

November 11, 2017

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Most of you know that I am in Honduras to focus on reaching the Deaf with the Gospel. Plans are in place to do so next year. I can't wait to start!

Additionally, as I am able, I plan to assist in a surgical clinic that is currently being constructed on...

August 23, 2017

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Wow... lots going on, and lots to praise God for these last several weeks! Due to a series of circumstances, 2 weeks ago, I chose to move out of the home where I was happily living for the last 6.5 months. I had already been praying about whether God wo...

June 23, 2017

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When you go on a missions trip, you'll often hear the words, "please be flexible." When dealing with new cultures, different languages, and a wide variety of personalities and locations, flexibility is often more valuable than anything you could pack in...

April 11, 2017

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Has it really been only two-and-a-half months since I arrived in El Progreso, Honduras? It often feels like the home, friends, and daily activities I knew in the States are a million miles away, and part of another lifetime. Many of you still keep in...

February 15, 2017

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It's official! I moved to El Progreso, Honduras three weeks ago. It’s very exciting to (finally) be where I’ve been planning and preparing to move to, for almost 2 years. I am very, very grateful that I am able to speak Spanish, and for the numerous opp...

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Marie Lea-Wilson

Reaching Honduran Deaf for Christ under the leadership of

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