Tuesday, July 7, 2009

We made it!

Well we arrived here in honduras a little after midnight. We drove 20 min through town to a nice little hotel with filtered water and air conditioning... what more could a guy ask for?

Praise to God that we made it safe and that the land is TOTALLY PEACEFUL...

More to come and pictures tomorrow...

8 comments:

DougnLisa said...

I'm so glad you woke up in time to go. Lol.- Lil sis.

Nozomi Johnston said...

Oh my goodness, I am so very relieved to hear that things are peaceful and that you are there safely. Who all are on the team? We will of course pray for safety, but tell me how else we can be praying specifically?

Manny said...

Praise God you are safe in Honduras. You will be in my prayers. Your sacrifice will never compare to the abundance of blessings God has in store for each you. Greetings to Pastors' Humberto and Tino and to all the Honduras team on my behalf.

Summer in December said...

What an answer to prayer! My day started with prayer for all of you as you head out to the site. May many blessings await you every day!

Myriam said...

Exactly, what more can you ask for?

Miss you already... ;)

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear you all arrived safely! And the luggage? Also praying for each of you to stay strong, healthy and so ever aware of the Lord's presence.

Aunt Jane said...

Hi Bryan, So you're in Honduras again this year! That's wonderful. Well, I'v just caught up on your blogging since I saw you at Lisa's wedding. Pretty nice account of the past 3 + months. You sure do a lot of cooking. You must have thought my little story of having to cook for Uncle Charlie that one time was "wierd"!!!! God makes us all different, and I love to go out! So you're on WW! That's great. I lost some 20 # last year. I have about half of that back on and will be back at WW this coming Monday. No program like it, but you have to "follow the rules" like any diet. I like to think of my points as cash in the pocket. Once I've spent it all, no more for the day. Hope I catch on Monday and get skinny again real soon. Lord bless you and your group as you serve HIM in Honduras.
Love, Aunt Jane

Anonymous said...

Glad you made it there safely. Make sure you take plenty of pictures, because like the old saying goes, "a picture is worth a thousand words" haha. I win.

Luv ya,
Barb