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‘Twas the Night Before Honduras

May 26, 2012

Can’t wait to get back here!

‘Twas the night before Honduras and all through the ‘Ville,

missionaries took anti-malaria meds so they wouldn’t get ill.

The flip flops were packed in the duffel bags with care,

ready to be placed on tiny feet so children won’t walk bare.

The team members were nestled all snug in their beds,

while visions of cement volcanoes mixed in their heads.

Except the one who won’t sleep ’til her packing is done;

because she writes silly poems as procrastination.

As we prepare to be God’s servants this week,

there’s one more person we all humbly seek.

Come Holy Spirit, like a breath or a fire,

rain grace and love upon us, that’s all we desire.

Rain on Oscar, on Julia, on Beverly and Ken.

Fill Daniel, fill Claire, fill Kinsey and Devin.

From Snellville to Tegucigalpa, to Agalta Valley to El Rodeo,

this team’s going to be rowdy! We are SO ready. Let’s GO!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. louis murray permalink
    May 26, 2012 10:48 am

    Being filled with the Holy Spirit and transformed by the saving grace and salvation of God offered through Jesus of Jesus, may you each be what God wants you to be and where He wants. May God be glorified and His Kingdom be advanced. I will be keeping you and all of the team in my prayer.

    I thank God for each of you. You are a blessing and you will be blessed.

    • May 26, 2012 12:45 pm

      Thank you Louis! Prayers are felt and greatly appreciated! We are excited and ready for an amazing, transformative week. Can’t wait to tell y’all all about it when we return.

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