Honduras Missions

The Ritchie Family / Children's Lighthouse

Monday, February 16, 2009


The church went to work bright and early and did not suffer through a 100 degree day like last year, they blazed right through it with nary a whimper. The first day was quite productive. Tiles are being laid in 3 areas at one time, the steel workers already have the security windows installed and have begun making doors, our Garden of Eden property is being dressed and kept by the boys, and the ladies are rubbing off on our kids which I was hopping for… and new school crossings signs are going in. Amen, so all is well on the mission front. The Children’s Lighthouse will look good by the end of the week. Thank you all for being ministering saints both hear and there… We need every prayer and remembrance.If all goes according to plan we will take them on a “…3 Hour Tour” to a “desert” island on Friday. Pray we don’t get shipwrecked... and the food is good :)


At February 16, 2009 at 9:45 PM, Blogger Joyful Help Meet At Home said...

David looks like he is working hard and enjoying it. He is a worker. Thanks for putting up the photos. It really comforts those of us here to see pictures and know what our loved ones are up to. Oh, by the way, I am Davids Mom. LOL

At February 17, 2009 at 1:13 PM, Blogger Jamie Parfitt said...

That tile is going to look nice. Praise the Lord for giving them endurance and providing the materials. Thanks again for the pictures. Hi, Elliott, from your little sisters.

At February 17, 2009 at 6:51 PM, Blogger Susanna said...

Wow, praise God for all that is being accomplished so far! I'm glad that the "first" day went well. Much better than the last trip!! You'll all be in our prayers...It brings tears to my eyes just remembering the time that we were there. Praise God for the blessing of the people that were able to go down this time though. I'm glad that the kids are able to enjoy such good influences from the ladies that went down this trip!

Love and prayers...
Dave, Susanna & Jesse


Post a Comment

<< Home

View Larger Map