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Participating in Limestone Presbyterian Church's
2012 Mission Trip to Honduras
|Limestone Church's Mission Committee is planning a mission trip to Honduras from Saturday, January 7, 2012, through Sunday, January 15, 2012. Plans are for a group of fifteen adults and older youth to work for a week under the direction of Tim and Gloria Wheeler, the mission workers that our church supports in Honduras. The Wheelers work for both the Presbyterian Church (USA) and Heifer Project International. They have visited Limestone and have led a program here on their mission work in Honduras. Pastor Carolyn Gillette, who is organizing the trip, has led eight mission trips to Honduras, all hosted by the Wheelers.|
|What are the benefits of
going on a short-term mission trip?
You will gain a better understanding of another country and another culture.
You will gain a new appreciation of the joys and struggles of others of God's children.
You will get to know some of the mission workers supported by our Presbyterian Church (USA) and
learn about the joys and struggles they experience in their daily work.
You will gain a greater appreciation for what you have at home.
You will have a wonderful opportunity to live out Jesus' teachings as you love your neighbors.
You will have an opportunity to serve God in a new way.
You will make a real difference in the lives of some of the poorest of the poor-people who are our
brothers and sisters in Christ.
You will grow in your faith in ways you cannot imagine.
|Scholarship help is
contact Pastor Carolyn Gillette (994-5646)
for more information.
The Limestone mission team will work with the people of a rural community on projects such as house construction, a sewing project, and children's activities. An American Presbyterian who is an emergency room physician and is experienced in mission work in Honduras has already volunteered to be part of our church's mission team. Spanish is not required for most participants; we will be taking some group members who are fluent in Spanish who can translate for the rest of the team. Participants need to be in good health. High school students are welcome to participate; students under 18 years old need to be accompanied by a parent.
Please email Pastor Carolyn Gillette for more information on participating in this week of mission and service.
|More photos of 2007 Mission Trip to Honduras
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