Honduras Missions

The Ritchie Family / Children's Lighthouse

Tuesday, February 15, 2011


Jr preached his first church service in Colonia Trapechee this week. One reconciliation was made. Amen. Lisa also had them take up some clothes and some new flip-flops we could not use. Clothing and the like is always a help. We have been offered a block house in the project to preach in and to purchase for the church. We would like to, but coming up with the $3000 is the issue. Sure would be nice come rainy season to have a permanent place to preach in… Maybe one of the preacher that visited and stood under the tree in the rain over the past few years might consider it… Never know how the Holy Spirit will work. Once Enemesio and other pastors heard Jr preached, they too asked him. So Saturday he will preach 2x with Enemesio before handing out the shoeboxes in different locations Enemesio is planting works. Amen! Enemasio shared today he drove the “rebuilt” motorcycle 600km round trip into Nicaragua to visit and preach for an old friend. Yikes. On the way to town today the brakes gave out on the kia as I was entering a packed school zone. Wee. So instead of doing what I came to town for it is being worked on. Never dull even when I try to make it so.


At February 20, 2011 at 9:06 PM, Blogger Sherryl said...

This is so exciting to see Barry Jr preaching and being active in your ministry there. I will keep praying for him as well as your other kids. Please tell him we are pleased as I know you and Lisa are but especially his Lord is pleased that he is serving Him.
Sherryl Richey

At February 23, 2011 at 10:41 AM, Blogger marco said...

Hey Barry
Most the time I get to the library I look you folks up on the net. We pray for you and would like to see you again. It is ALWAYS tood to see your pics. Thanks for taking the time to put them up. Thanks for the work your doing. And thanks for allowing us to come those past years. It still is a blessing remembering you and your family. God bless you.

Bro. Mark Morizio


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